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National Geographic is headed on the road to find some stories about our planet and it’s future. This time: the UK.
A new study tells you how happy your state is. But is it something a computer can really measure?
Drones have already transformed warfare. Here’s what they’ll tackle next.
Food innovation happens with everything we eat. Why don’t we ever hear about it?
Innovation permeates academics at Stanford University. We visit a few labs to see the inventions—big and small—that may change tomorrow.
Manure is a hefty waste product of dairy and livestock farming. One farmer shows us it can be a valuable tool to produce energy.
Imagine stepping into a house 25 times smaller than your current abode. We decided to check out just how small a 100-square-foot house actually is.
Modern gold mining has tools that California’s gold rushing 49ers could only have dreamed of. Some say the process may even be sustainable.
Most cities recycle about 50 percent of their waste. In Fresno, California, it’s a stunning 73 percent. But the goal is much higher.
How can growing cities solve pollution and air quality challenges? One Los Angeles artist thinks he has the answer.
Here it is, the set of wheels that will take all of us around the state, checking out the most innovative ideas. Hop in!
We heard all the suggestions and made a decision. Next week I’ll be making my way to California. It’s the epicenter of innovation, we realized, and a hotbed of great ideas. Got any tips?
I’ve long been fascinated by the study of traffic. How can we solve the problem that keeps us inching along mile after mile? Research on driverless cars is making bounds in safety, viability, and even road efficiency.
We’re trying something new. For decades, you’ve told us, your grandparents have sent you our paper edition. You’ve seen the photos, read the stories. But one thing your grandparents probably didn’t teach you was that geography can be social, too. You can follow your favorite photographers on Instagram, and interact with some explorers on Twitter and Facebook as they cross the planet and find amazing new things. Later this month, I’ll be starting an epic trip–and tweeting it, too.