This is what happens when Pyrex jugs are forced to undergo an extreme change in temperature: first being heated with a blow torch and then subjected to ice water. All at 343,000 frames per second, natch!
To take advantage of autonomous driving technology, you don't have to buy your own fancy car -- instead, just head over to Amsterdam, where Mercedes-Benz revealed the world's first self-driving city bus.
A team of researchers might be on a path to revolutionize stitches with “smart” threads, which are equipped with nanoscale sensors, electronics, and microfluids to wirelessly collect diagnostic data in real time when sutured through…
Tour de France biker Tom Dumoulin collaborated with the Netherlands' best scientists to shave seconds off his time. His secret weapon? A high-tech, aerodynamic skinsuit optimized using 3D printing and wind tunnel technology.
Prisma, a free, Russian-made photo app, allows users to customize their images by feeding photos through an artificial intelligence that "repaints" them in the style of great artists like Van Gogh, Munch, and Picasso.
What does the future of storage density look like? How does 65.2 terabytes on a square-inch surface sound? Dutch researchers are working on exactly that, but it currently only works in liquid nitrogen temperatures.
Super spies won't be carrying this lens around in their pockets -- this 348 pound lens is nearly 4.5 feet long. The lens, once on the Russian reconnaissance satellite Yantar 4K2, is listed for sale on an online classified site.