Additive manfuacturing is an industrial form of 3D printing that can produce large, complicated designs with only a fraction of the waste as seen in the typical machining process.
Ben Thomas, the owner of Melbourne, Australia-based Rancho Deluxe, gives a walkthrough of his workshop and his most prized possession: a '32 Ford Roadster.
Neil deGrasse Tyson says NASA is a creator of dreams, which help fuel the innovation that will create the technologies and industries of tomorrow.
This video showcases shoemaker Andrew McDonald, who operates out of a small shop in London.
Sam Zygmuntowicz makes all of his instruments by hand, chiseling and shaving away at the thin planks of wood to get them sounding just right.
The recently-developed "Cheetah" robot, built by DARPA, has set a new land speed record for legged robots, galloping at speeds up to 18 miles per hour.
This short tutorial walks through the absolute basics of rocket science, such as finding out how much fuel one would need, and how quickly it would need to be expelled from the rocket, to get airbourne.
Michio Kaku, the world-renouned physics professor, talks a little bit about the recent developments on a new camera that is capable of capturing imagery at 1 trillion frames per second.
This video is a science fiction-esque look at the work that goes into crafting a single table leg out of a solid piece of wood.
Last week in Washington, DC, GE hosted a four-day summit focused on U.S. manufacturing, innovation and jobs. “American businesses can compete and win anywhere,” said GE Chairman’s Jeff Immelt.
Baccarat, the world-renouned crystal glassware maker, gave photographer James Bort a carte blanche to shoot this video in its workshops.
Paul McKinnon's story is the ultimate in entrepreneurship — after losing his job in motorcycle fabrication, he turned around and started his own business.
After the New England Shirt Company shut down in 2009, Robert Kidder, a former worker, reopened it as a bespoke shirt manufacturer.
CEO Tim Cook has gone public to say that Apple is doing more to improve working conditions than any other company in the technology industry.
This man developed a non-toxic, biodegradable (and edible) insulating foam that is capable of keeping his hand safe from harm after a good dose of heat from the business end of a plasma torch.
Quoddy makes beautiful custom shoes and boots in their Maine workshop, completely by hand, and has been doing so for just over 100 years.
Drew Dudley outlines his philosophy of "lollypop moments" -- events in our lives that instantly change our perspective on who we are.
Marc Newson is a Swiss designer who has decided to take on the most iconic timepiece of all: the hourglass.
Collaborative consumption is all about the idea that we have too much stuff that we don't want, and we'd be better off if we traded it off to someone who wants it.