Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
How Scientists are Saving Wine From Climate Change
Climate change has the potential to destroy many of the things we love, including wine. Lets see how these scientists are leaping into the future to see what effect climate change will have.
How to Protect Yourself From HPV
HPV is a common infection that many have. But how do you protect yourself from the human papillomavirus?
How Can Math Help You Skate on Thin Ice?
We all know not to skate on thin ice but mathematician Märten Ajne clearly doesn't follow the rules. How does he do it? With 40 years experience, a well trained ear and knowledge of math.
Is Your Smartphone a Danger to Your Health?
Everyone today walks around with their smartphone in their pocket but could it be endangering your life? With all that power and complicated circuits could it be emitting things harmful to you?
Have You Seen Inside the Sun?
The sun is the most precious thing in our solar system responsible for most life. But have you seen inside the sun? Do you know what's going on this giant ball of gas?
NASA's Plans to Find Life on Titan with Flying Robots
NASA is stepping even further into the heavens as it searches for life in neighboring planets and their moons. This time it's a billion dollar search of Titan using flying robots.
Bringing Famous Paintings to Life with Artificial Intelligence
Artificial intelligence has come a long way and can now turn classic works of art, like the Mona Lisa, into living portraits. Check out other examples of images it can transform.
How Flat is Flat?
When we think of something flat we think of table tops and floors but how flat are they really? Well if you ask science flat is a whole new level of smooth.
7 New Engines You Would Never Have Thought About Building
The combustion engine has been around for awhile now with lots of small improvements being made over time to refine it. But sometimes you need to take risks and create engines no one would ever have thought of making.
Aerogel Has Some Incredible Uses
Aerogel is the world's lightest solid but it's more than that. Made mostly of air Aerogel is heat resistant and can even make you entirely waterproof.
100% Solar Powered Train
Solar power has become the in thing recently so it's not surprising trains would follow suit. What is surprising is that one was built by the Byron Bay Railroad Company in sunny Australia.
What Secret Code is Your Printer Sharing?
Whenever you print something with your home or office printer you're actually tagging it with secret information about you. But why would your printer betray you?
Self Driving Race Cars are Heading to the Track
Car racing is one of the more dangerous sports in the world so it was inevitable that it would be automated. Lets hop inside a self driving car and see what makes it tick.
Copper and Magnets Have a Strange Relationship
Copper isn't magnetic but when you place a strong magnet on it strange things start to happen. Lets learn more about Lenz's Law and Faraday's Law.
Burning Liquid Methane is for Professionals Only
Methane is a terrible toy unless you're a scientist in which case you can do all sort of things with it. Like setting liquid methane on fire.