Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Tiny Dog Robot Pulls a Private Jet
The future for the wealthy looks bright with small dog robots now capable of pulling 3 ton private jets with ease.
Can You Teach an Old Robot New Tricks?
SALTO as created at University of California, Berkeley back in 2016 and was capable of some cool tricks. Now years later more researchers have been working on it teaching the old robot a few new tricks.
The Science of Pain is a Mystery
Pain has always been thought of as being closely tied to actual bodily harm but it seems a lot of it is really just mental.
A Rubik's Cube That Solves Itself
Are you tired of never being able to solves that frustrating Rubik's Cube? Don't worry because now there are self solving Rubik's Cube's.
How Can You Destroy a Black Hole?
Black holes are the universes most destructive forces but is it possible for them to be destroyed? Is there any way to kill a killer?
How Did Scientists Grow a Lamb in a Bag?
It may look bizarre but this is a real baby lamb growing in a plastic bag and it was all done for science. How did this all come about and what does it mean for the future?
NASA's Plans to Return to the Moon
NASA famously landed the first man on the moon in 1969 and now they're planning to return by the year 2024 but it won't be cheap.
Creating Full Color 3D X-Rays
Scientists have found a way to create 3D X-Ray images with color using detector equipment originally developed for the Large Hadron Collider.
What Vaccine Side Effects are There?
Vaccines have become a controversial subject of late with some people avoiding them based on various claims. But what are the side effects of Vaccines?
The Electromagnet Dot Display Will Be in All Future Classrooms
Get a sneak peak of the future on teaching with the Electromagnet Dot Display. It's a bit unnerving at first but everyone in the room will be able to read it no matter where they sit.
What are 96,000,000 Shade Balls Doing on a LA Lake?
If you haven't heard about shade balls they're simply large plastic black balls that float on water sources. Why they're there is another story all together.
Collecting Samples in China Just Got Interesting
If you're a little shy when it comes to spanking the monkey then never fear because this Chinese machine is there to milk you, hands free. Are you master of your domain?
How Do You Make the World's Roundest Object?
When you think of round things you probably think of balls but what about a perfectly round object? Lets go to a lab that made the world's roundest object.
Can You Build Your Own Spacesuit?
Meet the man who built his own Spacesuit and reached for the heavens. Cameron Smith has been obsessed with space since he was 8-years-old and decided to put his homemade spacesuit to the test by traveling in a hot air balloon to 63,000ft.
Space Shuttle Endeavour Takes to the Streets of LA
Watch as the Space Shuttle Endeavour took to the streets of LA giving the average person their first glimpse of a historical piece of technology that touched the heavens.