Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Roborace is a Self Driving Race Car
It's official, robot's are taking everyone's jobs, including racing drivers. Watch as Roborace takes on a hill climb at the Goodwood Festival of Speed showing what the future of autonomous driving has in store for motorsports.
How Hollywood Technology is Helping Tennis Players
Take a look at how technology normally used in Hollywood is being re-purposed to help tennis players improve their game. It all relies on motion capture technology that helps players improve technique and avoid injury.
Slowing the Speed of Light in Virtual Reality
We all know that the speed of light is the fastest thing around but what if you could slow light down? Imagine slowing it down to just 20km/h. This it what a boat ride would look like if light ever slowed to that speed thanks to virtual reality.
How Binary Code Makes Computer Magic Happen
Today's computers are capable of amazing things and it's all possible thanks to binary code. Simple 1's and 0's that when combined can describe everything you see, but how does it work?
Where is the Miracle Material Graphene?
Graphene is the miracle material that can be used in so many different industries thanks to it's wide array of properties yet for some reason it hasn't taken over yet. Why is that, what's the hold up with this miracle material?
Where are the Coldest Things on Earth Found?
When you think cold you probably think about our poles or maybe the tops of mountains or bottoms of glaciers but you would be wrong. The best place to find truly cold items is in laboratories.
A Shape Shifting Robot Designed to Crawl Inside You
This tiny robot made at MIT has the ability to shape shift allowing it to move without motors. The tiny invention could one day be used as biomedical devices inside humans.
Should Marijuana Be Illegal?
Around the world marijuana is making the news as various places relax rules around the popular drug. But are there any good reasons for marijuana to stay illegal?
Why Do Some People Suffer From Insomnia?
At the end of a long day all you want to do is go to sleep but you can't. Why? Insomnia. But what exactly is insomnia and why does it only affect some people?
A French Robot That Makes 100's of Pizzas an Hour
This robot was made by a French company to make pizzas in a 24-hour fresh pizza vending machine and aims to make at least 120 pizzas an hour.
The Science Behind Fireworks
Fireworks may be fun to look at but there's a lot of science going on to make the magic you see in the sky. Take a look as a pyrotechnics expert explains the science behind fireworks.
Drawing in the Sand with a Beach Robot
Drawing in the sand on the beach just got technical now that robots are getting in on the action. See how this new breed of robot can draw in the sand any design you want.
How to Light a Match with Boiling Water
When you think water and fire you probably think opposites but what if you could use water to light a match? Watch as water is boiled and the steam used to light a match.
How Plastic is Taking Over the World
Plastic was one of man's greatest creations, that was until we lost control of it. Now the world is covered in plastic pollution and ridding the world of it is harder than you might think.
Blue Balls are No Joke
Blue balls are a pain many men will suffer at some point in their lives and it's no laughing matter. Take a look at what causes this unfortunate situation and why it hurts so much.