Which of these flying cars will be in your garage someday?

Watch what these innovative startups are doing to bring personal flying machines from science fiction to reality.

All about Einstein: West Virginia University pays tribute to the world's favorite genius

Weekend event shows off physics, experiments ... and dancing?!?

Your newest emoji obsession is ... you

Instantly morph your face into an emoji, thanks to a new app called Memoji.

These private companies are fueling the space race

Astropreneurship is now a thing, and the competition is heating up.

This superhero-inspired tech is now a reality

From Batman to Spider-Man, superhero technology has moved from the comics to the shopping cart.

Your weather forecast just got more personal

TV meteorologists can predict weather in your city, and apps can predict it in your zip code. Now cell phone towers can predict it on your block.

This company figured out how to make water out of thin air

Learn about the new technology that could save the world from a drinking water crisis.

How one woman is transforming lives in rural African villages

Nearly 1 million people now have electricity and clean water thanks to Sivan Ya'ari.

The new extra-powerful solar panels that could replace fossil fuels

These scientists are making solar power 70 percent more efficient.

8 high-tech innovations that will put humans on Mars

From interplanetary ships to humanoid robots, these are the technologies that will help establish the first human colony on Mars.

Paris Hilton’s scientific discovery wows scientists

Heiress partners with leading research university for a solution to worldwide water crisis.

This country's construction is being fueled by trash

A new plant – the world's largest – uses garbage to provide fuel for making cement.

Largest Einstein gathering breaks Guinness World Record

Kids don wigs and mustaches in epic flash mob honoring the beloved genius.

'New' math discovery: How to move a couch around a corner

What surprised us most about this finding was that no one's figured it out before.

How you can own a piece of Einstein history this week

Auction for a prized letter about the theory of relativity ends Thursday.