Next up for takeoff: Uber for airplanes?

You might soon be buying flights on custom electric jets for the price of a bus ticket.

This architect wants to build an underwater hotel in the Red Sea

See the first illustrations of Daniel Libeskind's unconventional plan to transform a southern Israel resort town.

Building full of Einstein's treasured possessions to open to public

Albert Einstein's archives will move into 2-story planetarium on the Jerusalem campus of Hebrew University.

Change your selfie's facial expressions with the touch of a button

Scientists have figured out how to turn your frown upside down, or your smile to a frown, depending on your mood.

Einstein's prediction leads to dawn of new era in astronomy

In global collaboration, a third of the world's physicists announce a reshaping of our understanding of the universe.

Can unmanned robotic drones save people from disasters?

New technology could be a huge help to first responders in times of crisis.

You can now control paper planes with your smartphone

Scientists have been working over a decade to make smartphone-controlled paper planes that can do all kinds of tricks.

How the sun could be your new air conditioner

Scientists are using the sun to cool down houses covered with this special paint.

Harvard scientists want to build an Earth-sized shield to block the sun

How else can we protect the planet from solar flares?

How a strange machine is creating water out of thin air for hurricane victims

Most Puerto Ricans don't have clean drinking water, but this invention could help.

This artificial muscle is about to make robots more human-like than ever

New device allows for more fluid movement when powered by heat. Oh, and it also has superhuman strength.

How scientists are turning cotton into superpowered cyborgs

A team of researchers just made cotton glow and turn magnetic. This feels like the beginning of a sci-fi thriller.

Archaeologists now know what ancient ghosts snacked on in the afterlife

Scientists dug up a 4,000-year-old jar of headless toads (Mmmm!) at a burial site near Jerusalem.

High-tech tool gives rescuers X-ray vision

After a devastating earthquake in Mexico, a device is helping first responders see through walls in search of victims.

How the Hoover Dam is putting muscle into its mussel problem

Mussels are preventing the dam from making energy, and an Israeli company has a solution.