This is the second tallest tree in the world, stretchy liquid metal wires, and other stuff you missed.
Stanford University researchers created the first flexible, reusable decal-like solar panels that can attach to almost any surface.
DIYer Gergory McRoberts builds a his own augmented reality eye patch that lets him detect heat and precisely measure distance.
Modder Andy Rawson shares his device to turn smartphones into cheap thermal imaging cameras.
The end of the year is fast approaching, and in case you missed any of the viral videos from this year, YouTube has put together an interactive month-to-month compendium that includes everything from Gangnam Style to the overly attached girlfriend. But before you check that out, here’s some of the news that you might have missed.
NASA’s two GRAIL spacecraft, Ebb and Flow, complete a yearlong moon survey by crashing into a lunar mountain.
DARPA is developing a medical foam that can be injected to stop internal hemorrhaging.
Brain pacemakers might one day be used to treat Alzheimer’s, scientists make bread that lasts 60 days, and other things you missed.
EEVblog tears down an 85-pound, 1GB IBM 3390 hard drive from 1989. Don't ever complain about your 16GB iPad again.
The University of Sheffield has come up with a mathematical formula to produce the perfectly decorated Christmas tree.
ThinkGeek has a new RC helicopter with a built-in water "cannon" that's perfect for soaking your cat or your annoying co-workers.
Wake Forest University perfects light-emitting plastic into a moldable and efficient light bulb.
Pokémon gets a 3D makeover, 3D printing comes to Staples, and more things we didn't get a chance to cover.
NASA’s Voyager 1 enters the “magnetic highway,” which scientists believe is the last stop before exiting our solar system.
PopSLATE is an e-ink case that turns the back of your phone into a second screen.