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An engineer has devised a way to stop Arctic ice from melting by scattering millions of tiny glass beads to reflect sunlight away
The Arctic is melting faster than ever. One nonprofit wants to blanket parts of glaciers in glass beads to reflect sunlight and slow the thaw.
Inventions such as vacuum cleaners and washing machines looked very different when they first came out.
Everyone has million-dollar ideas, but people rarely act on them. Mistakes, too, can sometimes even mean millions.
Believe it or not, female scientists are responsible for early sketches of the computer and the DNA double helix — but they often weren't given credit for their work originally.
The Space Needle, Ferris wheel, Ford Mustang, and the ice cream cone were all introduced at World's Fairs throughout history.
For years, Apple was "the Macintosh company." Then, it became "the iPod company." Now, it's "the iPhone company." But it's really more than that.
Leonardo da Vinci made several predictions about technology and the natural world that eventually were proven right.
Some inventions are so ubiquitous that it feels like they've been around forever, but many are more recent than you might think.