Another very cool item hidden within CEATEC, Japan's biggest tech show, was the Tempescope. The team behind it call it "an ambient physical display that visualizes the weather, inside your living room"
The future of agriculture may be plant-fungus symbiosis, writes Issie Lapowsky for WIRED The global population continues to grow, and climate change is already tangibly reducing food harvests. Can agriculture
The U.S. National Weather Service is naming a whole new award after him. Generations before anyone came up with the idea of "citizen science," an 18-year-old Richard Hendrickson called in his first weather
The Rafter Square, or Speed Square, does more than mark perpendicular lines. Here's how to make sense of all the numbers on your square and get the most out of this tool. The Rafter Square, or Speed Square,
Make a simple tin-can stove that costs 99 cents, runs for free, and sequesters carbon as you cook. Nearly half the world’s population cooks and heats using solid fuel, much of it burning up in pits that
[youtube:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3s41-OraTg] Do the local animals think your front lawn is their personal toilet? Do ninja assassins keep trying to sneak into your house? Keep these unwanted away
Update your desktop arsenal with this creation DIY enthusiast Grant Thompson, who previously made a 10-penny battery that powered a small light for almost two weeks, is at it again. Inspired by another
Best use of a six-pack in a while In a world of digital cameras and instant gratification, photographer Justin Quinnell embraces pinhole photography, a technique hundreds of years old. He uses beer cans