Inhabitat's Week in Green: Flying cars and an urban underground park
Plus, spin classes could help you power through the laundry.
MIT anonymity network promises to be more secure than Tor
As long as there's at least one good server, your data remains a secret.
Six technological breakthroughs inspired by nature
Mollusk shells have led to a high-impact glass design.
Coin-sized device could lead to personalized cancer therapy
It could advance electric field treatment for different types of cancer.
Gene editing can end disease and fight global famine
And also give us unicorns.
Computers learn to predict high-fives and hugs
MIT's machine learning could tell robots how to react to human kindness.
Machines can generate sound effects that fool humans
Sorry Foley artists, the robots are coming for your jobs, too.
Glass particles in liquid could lead to hologram displays
MIT and Harvard researchers have taken the first step on a road toward creating displays that can bend light in different directions.
New algorithm may lead to a picture of an actual black hole
It stitches data gathered by the Event Horizon Telescope.