'Snowstorm' was built by students from the National University of Singapore. What you're looking at above is Snowstorm, a personal flying machine. This electric-powered aircraft, designed and built by
(The Bridge) – We are told that one out of five drivers in urban areas in the US is constantly driving in circles hunting for a parking space. As problem solvers, parking-sharing services, such as Akippa
Roger Thomas Clark is accused of being "a senior adviser" to Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht. Roger Thomas Clark, accused of being “a senior adviser” of Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht, has been arrested
• Fourth Test, day three: India 334 & 190-4; South Africa 121 • India captain and Ajinkya Rahane post first century partnership of series Virat Kohli’s first half-century of the series saw India recover
BRUSSELS — Straining to cope with the influx, European countries are sharpening measures to stop the flow of refugees and migrants amid heightened security concerns following the Paris attacks last month.
Washington (CNN) — The U.S. Air Force has fired off more than 20,000 missiles and bombs since the U.S. bombing campaign against ISIS began 15 months ago, according to the Air Force, leading to depleted
The worst mass shooting in almost three years was carried out this week in San Bernardino, California. Fourteen people lost their lives in the attack, the motives for which are still under investigation.
Stoke vs Man City - Manuel Pellegrini's side crushed by Stoke to deal blow to their Premier League title hopes This was the day when Xherdan Shaqiri proved he can do it on a wet and windy afternoon in
Perhaps the greatest thing Stephen Hawking ever discovered — and the reason he’s so renowned among physicists — is that black holes don’t live forever. Rather, they radiate their energy away over extraordinarily
Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home Two weeks ago, I wrote about how difficult it can be to focus on science when the world is tearing itself apart. As this latest terrible chapter is being written
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ambitious plans for hydrogen fuel-cell infrastructure are stumbling, thanks to bureaucratic red tape. Abe is a serious supporter of hydrogen fuel-cell cars. He’s pushed