Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
What it's Like Living on Fake Mars
NASA sent group of scientists to live in a fake Mars setup to see how people would react to the experience of isolation for 8 months. Known as analog missions it was designed as a precursor to a trip to Mars.
Crazy European Clocks are Out of Sync
It looks like European clocks are running behind time by at least 6 minutes thanks to the electrical grid. How did this happen? Well it comes down to politics.
Badass Drone with an Origami Claw
This origami claw is the perfect accessory for every drone out there. Don't be fooled by it's looks, it is designed to be folded and is a simple case of shrinkage all men have to face at some point.
Switzerland's Automata are the Original Haunting Robots
See how one man, François Junod, has taken it upon himself to revive the art of automata practiced in Switzerland. Originating in Egypt these robots will haunt your dreams with their creepy, jerking movements.
A Tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking
World renowned Professor Stephen Hawking passed away yesterday and the people at Cambridge University wanted to share a tribute to one of the greatest minds ever to exist.
Using LEGO Blocks to Build a Prosthetic Arm
Prosthetic technology has come a long way in recent years but can you build an arm using old fashioned LEGO bricks? Watch as David Aguilar demonstrates his home built LEGO arm that does it all.
SpaceX Music Video of the Falcon Heavy Launch
After the recent successful launch of the Falcon Heavy and Elon Musk's own Tesla into space followed by synchronized landing the folks at SpaceX decided to a release a little music video to summarize it all beautifully.
The Fascinating Story of the World's First Computer Programmer
When it comes to making computers think it's all down to programmers but did you know that it was a women who first made it happen. Listen to the fascinating story of the world's first computer programmer, Ada Lovelace.
Fighting Oil Spills with a Water Droplet Experiment
Scientists are trying new ways to fight oil spills after learning new things about how fluids mix with this interesting water droplet experiment.
Record Breaking Rubik's Cube Solving Machine
If you thought those kids solving a Rubik's Cube in a few seconds was impressive wait till you see the world record setting machine that can do it in a mere 0.38 seconds. Suck it humans.
Building a Rocket to Mars
Go behind the scenes and see how teams of engineers from Boeing and NASA are working at creating the next generation of super rockets destined to send humans to Mars.
Guiding Ships with the Moire Effect
The Moiré Effect happens when similar patterns are overlaid on one another creating what look like new lines. This simple effect has been put into use to help ships navigate by creating signs with arrows pointing in the right direction.
Revolutionary New Marine Transport is Part Boat and Part Aircraft
Growing up hovercraft's were a favourite but now we have the Airfish-8 that takes things up a notch. This new design makes use of the "Wing in Ground Effect" that allows the craft to fly just above the water surface.
Inspiring Future African Astronomers with the Traveling Telescope
Meet Kenyan astronomer Susan Murabana and her husband who travel around Kenya with a massive telescope inspiring future generations. The duo visit schools around the country giving young kids a chance to see things they've never seen before.
Terrifying Augmented Reality Creation for Horror Fans
Technology has made progress in leaps and bounds and now it's coming for you, literally. Check out this creepy augmented reality of Samara from The Ring crawling out of a TV coming straight for you.