When a large-scale disaster happens, recovery could involve pressing “print” for food, replacement skin, maps and building material.
Hundreds gathered on New York City's Pearl Street one afternoon in September 1882 to watch an entire city block come to life. Inside a...
A self-described "space archaeologist," Sarah Parcak combines smartphone tech and satellite images to discover ancient settlements, and she needs your help.
Efforts to teach students how to write code for computer programs are spanning the globe.
Movie stars, tech moguls and music artists are converging in Austin, Texas, as part of the 2017 South by Southwest (SXSW) Conference and Festivals.
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With a phone and a dollar bill, you can explore the residence of the presidents in 1600, an augmented reality app, available for Apple and Android.
Katherine Johnson's brilliant mathematical mind took her from small-town West Virginia to NASA, where she helped land a man on the moon without a computer.
Automated tractors are already harvesting a huge portion of the world's food supply, thanks to a partnership between NASA and manufacturer John Deere.