Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Revolutionary Robotic Tentacle
This crazy new robotic arm/tentacle will revolutionize how robots operate thanks to it's incredible dexterity. The arm is made from a soft silicone structure and operates with a pneumatic system that pumps compressed air.
Cool Science Experiment by Dropping Water and Alcohol into Oil
Try this cool science experiment at home and see what science calls Marangoni bursting. All you need is water, alcohol and oil. The result is pretty incredible to watch.
Creating a Human Heart with Spinach Leaves
Watch as scientists explain how they can create a human heart using a spinach leaf. The process involves removing the plant cells and replacing it with human cells which can then make use of the leaf's vascular system.
Tiny Technology Carves Lincoln's Face into a Coin
Watch as the team at Berkeley Lab carve the face of Abraham Lincoln into a coin on a microscopic level with incredible detail. The technology can work at the atomic level but takes 18 hours to create.
Flushing Toilets in the North vs the South
It's long been believed that that water swirls in the opposite direction depending on which hemisphere you're in. So let's get scientific and see if that's true.
Guaranteed Bulls Eye Every Time with the Motion Tracking Dartboard
It doesn't matter how bad you are at darts this automated dartboard will make you a winner in no time. The automated system uses motion capture to calculate where the dart is and moves the board to make sure you hit a bulls eye every time.
The Burger Flipping Robot is Here
The fast food world is about to change with an all new burger flipping robot. As soon as this bad boy is waterproof poor old SpongeBob SquarePants is gonna be out of work.
How Tragedy Shaped Engineering
See how a tragic mistake at the Hyatt Regency Hotel lead to a change in the engineering world. It all boiled down to a simple change that was overlooked and resulted in a catastrophic failure.
World's Most Powerful Rockets Tested in 360°
Watch as NASA tests their new RS-25 engines which are considered the world's most powerful rockets in the world. Better yet you can watch them firing in beautiful 360°
Blowing Up a Watermelon with Electricity
It's time for more backyard science fun, this time we're playing with electricity. Watch what happens when a capacitor is used to pass 20,000 volts to a watermelon all at once.
Capturing Molten Copper in Slow Motion
The Slow Mo Guys are at it again this time capturing molten cooper as it cools. The 1,200°C copper liquid is mesmerizing to watch but begins to cool and solidify almost immediately even in slow motion.
3D Print a House in 24 Hours
Check out this awesome house that was 3D printed in 24 hours from start to finish. The completed residential house printing project is the first of it's kind and could be the answer to future housing.
Crazy Helicopter Optical Illusion
This helicopter looks like it's levitating while it's blades remain still is just an illusion. It's all down to the camera's shutter speed matching the speed of the blades rotation freezing the action.
Treating Burns with Fish Scales
Doctors in Brazil are running a new clinical trial which uses fish scales to treat burn victims. The scales from the tilapia fish are sterilized and then applied to burns and supposedly help speed up recovery.
Recycling Air Pollution for Use in Art
The people at Graviky Labs have found a way to recycle nasty air pollution into something useful. The team capture the particles from a cars exhaust and pass it through a purification process to create ink for use in art.