Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Your Password Sucks, So Forget It
Password strength has been a contentious issue for awhile now especially in light of some big hacks like the one of Yahoo! So should you even bother trying to remember your terrible, no good, very bad password?
Merging Virtual Reality with the Real World
The one problem you always run into with virtual reality is that you, well, run into things. Like your furniture. Now a company in Utah is creating hyperreality that merges virtual reality with your surrounds.
Incredible Walking Robots with No Torsos
Meet your new robot overlords courtesy of engineers at Oregon State University. Named Cassie these next generation robots are quickly mastering walking even if it consists only of legs at this stage.
The World of Mathematics is Huge
Just the thought of maths makes most of us break out in a cold sweat but what we've been exposed to is only a tiny fraction of mathematics. The world of math is surprisingly large thanks to it's long history and many uses.
The Sticky History of Super Glue
Ever wonder what makes super glue so super? Well it might be down to the fact that history could never get rid of it no matter how hard it tried.
How Safe is Public WiFi?
WiFi can be found everywhere in today's modern connected world and in some places it's free. But how safe is public WiFi and should you use it?
Creating a Rainbow with Airbags
Watch an airbag go off in slow motion is fun and all but watching 25 going off in a row, each with their own colour paint creating a rainbow, now that's entertainment.
Dictionary Attack on Donald Trump
See how the Merriam-Webster dictionary has been taking on the Trump administration with their twitter account. The account has been keeping up with the Trump White House throwing some epic shade by poking fun at them at every turn.
The Flying Robot Bat is Ready for Your Nightmares
Someone decided it would be a good idea to create a flying robot that looks like a bat out of hell. While it might be a scientific marvel it's still creepy.
Why Does Your Keyboard Have Bumps?
Ever wonder what those funny little bumps on your keyboard are for? The ones on the F and J keys. Well they're there for your benefit to make typing easier.
The Science of the Floating Stickman
The viral video of a floating stickman got everyone's attention including some nerds. Take a look at the science behind what makes a stickman float in water.
How Scientists Sequenced Coffees Genome
Meet the scientists who sequenced the genome of coffee and made the information public. Scientists looked at the geisha coffee plant known for it's aroma, flavour and high price tag to discover what makes it so special.
How CAPTCHAs Fight SPAM and Help Read Books
CAPTCHAs came about thanks to a never end deluge of SPAM. But since their inception the simple mess of scrambled letters has grown and is helping to read books.
The Rosetta Wearable Disc
The Rosetta Wearable Disc is a replica of the one found on the Rosetta probe that crashed onto an comit last year. The disc contains microscopic text with an archive of 1,000 different human languages used in 2016.
Crashing Drones Into Faces for Science
Researchers from Virginia Tech are trying to find ways of making drones safer by doing tests that require a drone to fly into a face. Fortunately they used crash test dummies for the experiments.