Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
Drinking From the Toilet for Science
This museum in San Francisco has made science fun thanks to it's interactive experiments. The museum features a toilet water fountain and Strandbeests walking around to encourage people to play while they learn.
Levitation Racing on a Mobius Strip Track
Students at Ithaca College created this crazy Möbius strip covered in 1,000 magnets that acts as a path for a liquid nitrogen-cooled superconductor that can run both above and below the track.
What Fentanyl Does to Your Brain
Ever wonder what happens to the human brain when you take Fentanyl? Initially prescribed as a pain killer the drug has become far more common today.
The Secret Behind Ancient Roman Concrete
To this day you can still find ancient Roman structures made with their special concrete recipe. The 2,000 year old process is so good it's even better than most of today's concrete formula's.
Popping Balloons for Science
The easiest way to make science fun is by adding balloons. Watch what happens when you pop a balloon in a reverb room vs popping one in an anechoic chamber.
Your Brain on Drugs
Ever wonder what happens to the human brain when you take drugs? It doesn't matter if it's a pill or an injection it all works on the cellular level.
DNA Replication Captured for the First Time Up Close in Action
If you've ever done a basic biology course you'll know that DNA is the basis for all life but it's never been captured before up close, until now that is. Watch in awe as nature reveals itself on the tiniest of scales.
The World's Most Deadly Chemicals
There's a lot of dangerous things in the world but what is the most lethal pound for pound? Take a look at how little toxicity is needed to kill.
The Magical Electric Power of Crystals
Did you know that some crystals can create electricity when you squeeze them? They're called piezoelectric and they have lots of fascinating uses.
Incredible Rube Goldberg Machine Made with Science
3M is one of those companies renowned for their inventions from sticky note on up. Check out the incredible Rube Goldberg Machine they designed using science.
The Secrets Hidden in Your Bones
Ever wonder how human remains like skeletons can be used by scientists to work out things about the person? With the latest technology it's possible to learn a lot about even ancient bones giving us a glimpse into the past.
Making a Speed Bump with Liquid
Nobody likes driving over a speed bump and enduring the jarring thud not to mention the potential damage to your car. This new speed bump uses liquid that hardens only if you're speeding.
Fireworks Explosion in Slow Motion
Get a unique view of a firework as it bursts into colour thanks to this awesome slow motion video. The footage shows a cross-section of a shell that was sandwiched between two pieces of glass to capture the action.
How Infinity was Solved by Physicists
Infinity has been a problem for scientists for a long time popping up all over the place. Eventually a group of physicists came up with an idea to solve the problem of infinity.
The Deadly Allure of Radium
When radium was first discovered it's unique glow captured the imaginations of people who used it for beauty products and jewelry. But it wasn't long before the deadly side affects of the new material were realized.