Articles by Erica R. Hendry
The iconic artist's large-scale painting of this century's music greats debuts at the American History Museum, kicking off Jazz Appreciation Month
Created out of aerial photography, you'll never guess where the "O" comes from
This Selmer Mark VI tenor saxophone was one of three instruments that John Coltrane played to reinvent himself—and Jazz music
No flock will mess with this robot – which is precisely the point
The lander will hopefully reveal new truths about what the icy objects actually are
Researchers have printed 3D houses before—but this attempt, using recycled material in a classic Amsterdam style, can be rearranged for different needs.
A League of Its Own
How two artists staged a motorcade in Madrid, touting portraits of upside down politicians to question those in power—in Spain and across the globe.
David Datuna became the first artist to incorporate the technology into a public art piece; now, "Portrait of America" is coming to the Smithsonian
In a new book, James Barrat warns that artificial intelligence will one day outsmart humans, and there is no guarantee that it will be benevolent
From kettles to apps, flasks to forums, these resources help the Sacramento-based home chemist concoct her award-winning beers
Journalist David Freedman says engineering healthier versions of popular treats could finally help the poorest and most obese Americans lose weight
How an engineer, video analyst and musician created a pioneering artwork that makes music from the sky
Riffing off of airbag technology, Swedish designers have created a helmet, worn around the neck, that inflates during an accident
On National Poinsettia Day, the third generation behind the Ecke Family Ranch talks about how his family developed a hundred varieties of the plant