The Aeromobil is road- and air-legal in Europe, and is already in flight tests. It can do up to 100mph on the ground, 125mph in the air, and can land on a strip of grass just 150 feet long.
“Solar super storms” could burn out power stations, cut water supplies, leave millions starving, and fry satellites in space - and there is a 12% chance of one hitting Earth in the next decade, NASA warns.
The pictures that paint 1000 characters are back - but there's still no word on a wider range of skin colours
Statistics have great power to reveal links and causes across seemingly unconnected social trends. A power that's easily satirised, as one Harvard law student pointed out with these charts.
Photographer Rachel Sussman travelled the entire globe documenting the oldest species on the planet, taking in every continent and much of the planet's seas and oceans.
Architect Julian Marsh designed his converted factory home to be incredibly cheap to run, with a compost toilet and translucent walls.
The first components of the biggest science experiment ever created by man are being built now - with a $2.7 billion budget dwarfing even the Large Hadron Collider, it seeks to actually see the Big Bang.
Richard Hoptroff's watch designs are a glimpse of what a smartwatch could - or should - be. Designed in a small London office, his technology has caught the attention of global companies.
A top-end smartphone is worth more than £500 these days. So you might want to know which one is most likely to come a cropper in everyday life. Help is at hand...
London's light pollution means getting a glimpse at our own galaxy is normally impossible. But a new luminescent technology can get you one step closer.