Soon enough, burgers will grow not just in fields but in vats. If the sound of that bothers you, know that you’re not alone.
If LSD is having its renaissance, 75-year-old English countess Amanda Feilding is its Michelangelo.
Environmental scientists are using their models to pit drones against delivery trucks.
The SpotMini extends an arm out of its head and turns a handle and opens the door and then props it open for its (armless) SpotMini friend to walk through.
Pockets of humanity may have to rely on desalination to survive drought in the very near future.
A robotic arm that paints and sands things never wanted to steal Eric Magallon's job—it wanted him to keep it.
Number one: Robots can't be idiots. Number two: They probably shouldn't fall into fountains, either.
As cannabis use goes recreational in California, producers are facing a reckoning: They’ll either have to clean up their act, or get out of the legal market.
Two and a half years after Chimp competed in the Darpa Robotics Challenge, it remains one of the weirdest humanoid robots on Earth.
The first was recently popularized by this-must-be-prophecy types, the second was created by an astrologer, and the third is highly subjective.
Marijuana is such a confounding drug that scientists and law enforcement are struggling to create an objective standard for marijuana intoxication.
A tree-shaking robot wouldn't be as dramatic as the machine-driven apocalypse, but it’s an intriguing vision of agriculture.
Seeding the atmosphere with sulfur could keep temperature from rising—but once we stop, the backlash could destroy entire species.
The robot revolution we're in the midst of is way more interesting and way less murder-y than science fiction. Call it the multiplicity.
Researchers claim they’ve reduced the uncertainty in a key metric of climate change by 60 percent. That could have implications for how humanity arrives at climate goals like it did in Paris.
For all their advances, robots still struggle with the human world. They get stuck. They get assaulted. But not to worry: Help is just a call center away.