Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Detecting Muons from Outer Space
Scientists have been studying Muons for years now watching how they interact when they slam into the earth with the help of extremely sensitive equipment.
How the Humble Hyperlink Changed the World
Where would the internet be without the humble hyperlink? Take a look at how such a simple idea was born and how it grew into the vital component we use everyday on the internet.
The Beauty of Flames
The Beauty of Flames is an exploration of the various flames seen when different chemicals combust. The flames were created by Prof. Fei Qi's research team at the Combustion Lab, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.
The Biggest Battery in Britain
If you think of storing energy you think of a battery and for a country like Britain they would need a big one. But did you know the biggest battery in Britain is a lake?
Bill Gates Introduces the Future of Toilets
Take a look at some of the cool new toilet designs created as an effective future proof way of helping the world's growing population.
What's the Difference Between THC and CBD?
With weed becoming legal in various parts of the world it's important to know what you're getting yourself into. When it comes to marijuana there are two things you'll need to know; THC and CBD.
AI Bots Teach Themselves How to Dress
If our future robot overlords want to be respected they'll need to master style and that begins with learning how to get dressed. Watch as these AI bots learn to dress themselves.
How Far Would You Go to Escape Gravity?
Everything in the universe with any mass is both pulling and being pulled by everything else in the universe. So how far would you have to go to escape this constant pull?
What is Fire?
Fire has been in mans control for centuries but what exactly is it? What can science tell us about this basic element we've come to rely on so heavily.
What Space Looks Like in 8K
Time to put that expensive monitor of yours to the test with the first ever 8k video shot in space. Shot on the International Space Station it gives you a new view on what happens in zero gravity.
Why Autocorrect is Such a Pain in the Ass
Autocorrect, love it or hate it but we're stuck using it. As much as the technology is known for it's infuriating corrections we still rely on it but can it be improved?
Why Do You Get Heartburn?
Heartburn, nobody likes it but why do you get it? It's been around for hundreds of years but lately it's become a more common complaint.
Firing Up NASA's Launch Pad Water Deluge System
Rocket launches are a sight to behold but they generate a lot of noise and heat. That's where NASA's Launch Pad Water Deluge System comes into play.
Revolutionary Farm Controlled Entirely by Robots
Robots truly are everywhere with this new farm controlled entirely by robots leading the revolution in food production. The combination of robotics and hydroponics could be the future of farming.
Printers are the Worst
According to research 75% of printers in America are thrown away after a few years thanks to expensive ink and faulty connections. Lets see why printers still suck.