Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Storing Data in DNA is the Future
Mother nature has done an amazing job of coding life and now scientists are hoping on board. Check out how science is using DNA to store massive amounts of data like nature itself.
Dubai's Police Are Getting Hoverbikes
The police in Dubai have a new toy to track down criminals and it's awesome! Check out the Scorpion hoverbikes police will be flying around town avoiding traffic and catching bad guys.
Fidget Spinners Spinning in Zero Gravity
Fidget spinners are officially everywhere now that NASA decided to send some to space. See how a fidget spinner behaves in zero gravity while floating around the International Space Station.
Why Electric Cars are Better
With electric cars growing in popularity you may be asking yourself if it's worth getting one. This short video will explain why electric cars are better than gas.
Why Curing Cancer is so Difficult
Cancer has destroyed the lives of people everywhere with various types claiming lives. But as much as we think we know about cancer there is still a lot to learn, this is why it's so hard fighting cancer.
Microbes and You - A Disgusting Story
Believe it or not but you are filthy, every inch of you is covered in microbes and whats worse, they're inside you too. Take a look at how far the microbe world penetrates your very being.
Self Inflating Technology by MIT
Who has time to blow up kids toys or an inflatable mattress these days? This awesome new self inflating technology from MIT will see future inflatables do all the work themselves.
The Town Where Robots are Protected
The word robot actually mean slave but in this town robot's are treated as equals. Coeur d'Alene in Idaho is trying to keep up with the times by encouraging locals to start tech companies and protecting robots in the process.
The 2017 Physics Nobel Prize Was Awarded for Detecting Gravitational Waves
Every year the best and brightest are awarded for their contributions to mankind. This years Nobel Prize in physics goes to the team who detected gravitational waves, here's why.
Slicing a Water Balloon in Two with a Rocket Knife
Have you ever seen a giant water balloon slice in two with a rocket knife? Me neither. Enjoy this beautifully odd moment all captured in glorious slow motion.
Unlock Your Luxury Handbag with Your Finger
This new luxury handbag is as smart as your smartphone because it comes with a finger print scanner built in. Now only you can open your bag ensuring all your valuables are always safe.
SpaceX's Ambitious Plan to Travel the Planet
SpaceX is known for reaching the heavens with it's revolutionary rockets but now they're aiming for something closer to home. The BFR system plans to take you from city to city in under an hour.
Numbers Banned in History
I'm sure you're aware of books that have been banned, but did you know that at one point certain numbers were banned? Take a look back in time to when irrational numbers were a big no no.
Why QWERTY Keyboards are Everywhere
The chances are if you've ever used a computer you've done so using a QWERTY keyboard. Even though there were other designs for keyboards QWERTY stole the market, here's how.
Is Reality Just a Simulation?
As advanced as the human race is we are still limited in experiencing the world through our senses. But could our senses be fooled? Are we even real or are we all living in a giant simulation?