These new liquid-filled glasses are meant to cure motion sickness

People might be able to overlook the pair's four-holed oceanic realness if it means skipping the urge to vomit.


How makers democratize the manufacturing industry

The maker movement reimagines the concept of the “factory.”

Paid Post: From robotics to space travel, 5 surprising ways oil fuels innovation

Advancements in science and technology unexpectedly depend on natural gas and oil products.

These tiny, swimming bots can patrol our drinking water for E. coli bacteria and kill it

The invention is a possible alternative to treating water with chemicals.

What is 4-D printing? The new frontier of 3-D printing could revolutionize space exploration

The fourth dimension is time — and that could change everything.

Trump pulling out of the Paris climate deal would be bad for the economy, too

Climate change could cost the U.S. economy nearly $2 trillion a year by 2100.


7 Ways Dating Has Changed for Millennials, For Better or For Worse

You + me + both of our phones.

GE + Mic Celebrate the Unimpossible

Mic and GE are partnering to tell stories of the unimpossible.

Tiffanie Robinson Wants to Turn Chattanooga Into the Next Silicon Valley

Tennessee might be the next place to find top tech talent.


Science Has Great News for People Who Feel Bored All The Time

Being bored to death isn't as bad as it sounds.

Why Political Correctness Is Actually Great for America, According to Science

It's way more than just an annoying social habit.

7 Futuristic Japanese Gadgets That America Needs to Adopt Immediately

The alarm clock pillow that vibrates when you want to wake up? Yes please.

Why Silicon Valley's "Self-Made" Millionaires are Really "Government-Made" Millionaires

Silicon Valley is frequently characterized as a free market paradise unhindered by government meddling. On the contrary, Silicon Valley is essentially a government-funded startup.

You Won't Find Delta's Latest Perk on Any Other Airline

A big win for creatives

12 Ways Science Fiction Became Fact in 2013

This is the future.

This Incredible Invention Puts Your Childhood Pin Art Toy to Shame

Now you can move the pins from across the room, without even touching them.

9 Inspirational Quotes About Failure From the Greatest Minds in Tech

In our technological age, there is often a fine line between success and failure. Here are what nine tech giants think about failure.

Emmy Awards 2013 Highlight Brand New Business Models

This year's Emmy awards signalled a major change for traditional broadcast television. Maybe this time, those affected embrace it instead of fight it, and even look for ways to benefit.

Meet the Millennial Minds That Are Reshaping the World

In this age of innovation, which millennials are blazing the technological trails?

The Private Sector Can Help Solve Millennials' Biggest Issues

Success for all of us will depend on whether they are able to realize their potential to be positive drivers of change.

The End Of BuzzFeed? Why Lists Might Not Be Able to Go On Forever

Does BuzzFeed have an expiration date?


Instead Of Fighting "Patent Trolls," Congress Should Fight Patents

The patent system drives a further gap between rich and poor by allowing the rich to monopolize on our shared knowledge and, it will hamper innovation.

Will Facebook Go the Way Of Microsoft?

The announcement of an intergration between Facebook and the upcoming Windows 8 O/S is a harbinger of bad and good.

Supreme Court Myriad Rulings: With Its Ruling On Genetics, the Court Preserves Patents For the Future

The Supreme Court tackled a major case involving biotechnology, an area unchartered by intellectual property rights. The court unanimously ruled that human genes can’t be patented.

Steve Jobs: Quotes Reveal the Apple Founder Was Tenacious, Innovative, and Not So Humble

Steve Jobs was a visionary leader and innovator, yet he was not a very humble guy. If we look back on the things he said, are there things we can learn?