From skyscrapers to subway tunnels, dogged adventurer Bradley Garrett explores the urban unknown. By Josh Dzieza.
Josh Dzieza is a former writer at The Daily Beast. Follow him on Twitter at @joshdzieza
There’s a new type of solar plant coming online. Does it have a future?
The Environmental Protection Agency is putting forth tough new standards for newly built electricity plants. Is this the next battle in the war on coal?
Authorities predict that damage from fracking and other surface pollutants will be small. By Josh Dzieza.
The spacecraft has 12 billion miles on its odometer and has now left the solar system.
A new study shows that older people playing videogames get sharper and whip younger opponents. By Josh Dzieza.
Common in mining for more than a century, ice walls are now used to contain radiation. By Josh Dzieza.
A sleek counter-surveillance tool, the OFF Pocket hides your phone and silences it, too, writes Josh Dzieza.
The six best arguments for and against an air assault on Syria.
Kickstarter has amended its rules on funding genetically modified organisms, but the fight over who gets to grow what continues to rage. By Josh Dzieza.