Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
Creating Artworks with Artificial Intelligence
The field of Deep Learning in Artificial Intelligence has grown in leaps and bounds with the team at NVIDIA Research creating software that can create realistic artworks with ease.
The Radioactive Elements in Today's Hospitals
When you hear about radiation you probably imagine bad things but radioactive drugs and PET scans are used everyday in hospitals all around the world.
Grinding a Smartphone Into Dust for Science
Have you ever wondered what goes into making today's modern smartphones? These scientists decided to find out by throwing one into a blender to see what elements it was made of.
How NASA Recovers Spent Rocket Boosters
Most people know that the Space Shuttle was designed for reuse but not many know the rocket boosters were also reusable. Take a look at the team that were sent out to recover boosters after they had fallen into the ocean.
Driving a Toyota on the Moon
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency plans on going to the moon in 2029 so they decided to team up with Toyota for a concept car to get around.
Electrical Discharge Machining Can Drill Through Anything Conductive
When it comes to precision drilling it takes special machinery. And if you want precision drilling through conductive materials then Electrical Discharge Machining is the way to go.
The Science of Surfing
Surfers may look like chilled, relaxed dudes but when they hit those waves it's all about conquering some pretty gnarly science nature is throwing at you.
SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule Returns to Earth
Watch as the SpaceX Crew Dragon Capsule returns to earth after it's historic flight to the International Space Station.
3D Printing with Light
Computed Axial Lithography or CAL is a new 3D printing technique that uses light to create objects. The new technology uses specialized synthetic resin and rays of light to build objects all at once.
What Happens When You Shoot an Asteroid?
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA, recently released footage of their spacecraft the moment it shot a bullet into an asteroid to see what it was made of.
The Science of Traveling Through a Black Hole
Black holes are some of natures craziest creations with all sorts of crazy science going on around them. But what would happen to a human if they tried to travel through one?
Stand Tall with These Awesome Hydraulic Scissor Lift Shoes
Leave it to mad man inventor Colin Furze to create these awesome Hydraulic Scissor Lift shoes. Simply slip them on and when you need a little lift push a button.
MIT's Mini Cheetah Robot Can Now do Backflips
MIT's new Mini Cheetah robot has been learning some new tricks to entertain us while it's big brothers take over the world. Watch it do some backflips, ignore what's going on behind you.
Bouncing Battery Test in Slow Motion
There is a simple test to see if alkaline batteries are dead. All you have to do is drop them, if they bounce they're probably dead. Here's what the test looks like in slow motion.
Inside the Historic SpaceX Moon Launch
SpaceX recently made history when it sent an Israeli Luna lander made by SpaceIL to space. This makes Israel the 4th country to reach our moon.