In case you missed it, we've compiled the tops stories Design News ran in August, compiled for you in a clickable gallery format.
Smile like you mean it has always struck me as good advice — good song, too — but what’s the point if no one can see your pearly whites? That’s one of the problems with face coverings. It’s not a trifling matter — exchanging smiles is part of what...
The model can be used to examine how the organ functions in an unprecedented way to study the effects of therapies and medicines.
Star Trek's USS Enterprise flew from Paramount to the Smithsonian in 1974.
Colorado State engineering students demonstrate how to build a doghouse to shelter the dog and so much more.
Researchers presented results of the cyborg-like technology at the American Chemical Society.
Notable mentions from the Jersey City Maker’s health hackathon contest will pique DIY’ers’ interest for both small and large 3D-printing projects.
Energy companies showed powerful growth last year, with the leaders posting some astounding numbers, according to Inc. magazine.
Identifying the ‘twist’ on the nanoscale using a new laser technique could change the way pharmaceuticals are developed.
Here’s a look into a world where engineers garner the same media attention as celebrity entertainers.