Matthew Schulman greets his 1 million-plus followers by showing them the gory (yet honest) details.
Co-founder Andrew Pelling has already grown human ear cells on top of apples.
The Futurecraft Biofabric will be 100 percent biodegradable, according to the apparel company.
Take a tour of the 'Noah's Ark' of agricultural diversity, designed to safely store over 4.5 million crop samples.
She just got back from 115 days on the International Space Station.
Nicky Ashwell was born without her right hand, but that’s never held her back.
Making augmented reality more functional and fashionable.
A snapshot of the moment when scientists emerged from their habitat atop Hawaii's Mauna Loa volcano, courtesy of the directors of "Red Heaven," a new film about the mission.
Never before have RFIDs and guns been married in such a cyborgian fashion.
Solar Impulse 2 succeeded in flying around the globe, but it wasn't easy.
Between 2011 and 2015, this small island suffered 13% of the world's fatal shark attacks.
Reunion Island residents are taking shark research and attack-prevention measures into their own hands, an attempt at a more symbiotic relationship.
Reunion Island is basically paradise. But as we learned, every paradise has a boogeyman. Here, it's sharks.
Motherboard’s new show animates famous incidents of computer hacking.
We're excited to welcome you to our first Pilot Week: a week in which we put a bunch of new video series in front of your eyeballs and see what stands out.
Why the streets of Greenpoint are now full of parked yellow cabs.
Is cryonics real science, or a New Age religion? A Motherboard investigation.
In this episode of Symptomatic, we look at drug-resistant infections, and whether the new cures we desperately need can be found at the bottom of the ocean.
In our new series, “Symptomatic” Motherboard explores how we’re combating the globe’s most threatening diseases.
This three-part documentary series shows how our battle with pathogens is getting more complex.
“Smells like a fuckin’ Jones Beach bathroom.”
On encryption, digital divide, the internet of shit and more.
Is Anatoli Brouchkov for real? Absolutely.