Six machines that build a better world
Custom trucks assemble tunnels out of Lego-like concrete blocks.
One-rotor drone is equal parts awkward-looking and adorable
Just don't expect it to carry your GoPro.
Smart spray can turns photos into large-scale street art
You wouldn't need to know a thing about art to create an urban masterpiece.
Smallest-ever optical switch revolves around one atom
It's actually smaller than the light beam it needs to work.
Disney's robot car drives up walls
The VertiGo doesn't stop just because you've run out of ground.
Tiny microscope lets you see the smallest-ever inkjet prints
Scrona's phone-controlled uPeek can zoom into just about anything, including a record-setting inkjet print.
Scientists create gold nuggets that are 98 percent air
"Gold aerogel" is 1000 times lighter than natural gold but indistinguishable to the naked eye.
Four-legged bot uses drone sidekick to avoid rough terrain
These robots team up like a mechanized Banjo Kazooie
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