Ken Powell, CEO of General Mills, says that food inflation is at an all-time high, with it rising 11 percent in 2011.
NASA is making consistent progress on its Orion spacecraft, which has been devised to help astronauts explore deeper into space than ever before possible.
It's quite possible 2012 may be the year of 3D printing, when this three-decade-old technology finally becomes accessible and even commonplace.
There are already police robots currently on the market, but they're prohibitively expensive for most police forces. Not anymore.
The complexity of the whole operation is pretty staggering, and the results are just as cool.
Cybercrime expert Mikko Hypponen talks through three types of online attacks on privacy and data — and only two are considered crimes.
This short film puts Nick 'Apex' Brocha and Ernie Vigil in the roles of vagabond bikers with a penchant for going sideways and running from the cops, sometimes simultaneously.
Randy Weflen makes each hollow cedar surfboard by hand, and carves them out to last generations, not a single season.
The Fournitures Generales Pour Le Piano is a small shop on the streets of Paris that sells parts to repair pianos, a dwindling market if there ever was one.
In order to ensure that their planes are protected against potential bird strikes, aerospace companies regularly test their creations against chicken carcasses.
The Lockheed Martin-aeroshell is a blunt-nosed cone that encapsulates and protects Curiosity during its deep space cruise to Mars.
Joel Bukiewicz began his company with hunting knives, but soon realized the potential in a line of kitchen knives, considering the swath of chefs in the greater New York area.
Ben Heck, the renouned tweaker and modder, takes on the iPhone with a button-mashing mod.
We've all seen Rube Goldbery machines before, but this one has some unique mechanisms that make it more interesting than the rest.
This video from Philip Bloom takes a look into the Great Lakes Boat Building Company, the life's work and passion of one Mike Kiefer.
Style Ledger takes a look at the Martin Greenfield factory in Brooklyn, which still employs more than 100 workers to made high-quality garments by hand.
Humans have the potential to regrow tissue in the same way as chameleons, but it's not a simple thing to activate.
On one end, it's an effective slingshot that fires pretty sizeable shot. On the other end, it's a double-ended blunt weapon.