Advances & Discoveries in Science and Technology
NASA's Mars Helicopter Will Join the Mars Rover
NASA have developed an autonomous rotorcraft that will accompany the Mars rover to explore the red planet. The tiny aircraft known as the Mars Helicopter is designed to handle Mars' thinner atmosphere and will give us a new view of our neighbouring planet.
Could There Be Life on Venus?
Man's search for alien life has had us looking all over the universe but what if there was life on Venus? Venus isn't a hospitable environment but it turns out that life could still exist there despite that.
The Mystery of Yanny vs Laurel Solved
Yanny vs Laurel, the Internets newest argument finally has an answer. Clearly its Laurel, any one who hears anything different is clearly a crazy person.
Why do People Always Sweat?
We all sweat at some point, normally after exerting ourselves but is their any point in getting sweaty? Take a look at the science behind sweat and how it helps keep us cool.
Staying Safe When Flying Without Radar
Radar is an essential tool for today's modern aircraft, especially with the skies so busy. Unfortunately there isn't always radar available where aircraft fly, so how do they do it safely?
Are Bacteriophage's the Deadliest Organisms on Earth?
There are more Bacteriophage than all other organisms on earth combined. You can find them everywhere, and they're the reason for the majority of deaths.
The Dog Robot with Built in Navigation
Watch as Boston Dynamics SpotMini takes itself for a walk around the office without any interference. The robot is first guided manually around a set path and then set free to make it's way around without any human assistance.
Will We See Robots Running Marathons?
Watch as the Atlas robot from Boston Dynamics shows off it's new running form. With these kind of advances in robotics will we see robots competing in future races?
Why do You get Constipated?
Everyday people use the toilet but sometimes things go wrong and you end up with constipation. So what exactly causes constipation and what can you do to ease it?
Use Wrist Movements to Type on Your Smartwatch
Using your smartwatch can be difficult especially without your smartphone near by. But this new system lets you type on your smartwatch using nothing but wrist movements and a cleverly designed keyboard.
This is How Scientists Look for Dark Matter
Dark matter has long been theorized by scientists but proving it has been difficult. Take a look at the elaborate setup scientists use to try detect the notoriously difficult substance using ultra sensitive equipment.
Will Future Plastic be Made from Fungus?
Plastic has become a major pollution problem due to it's long lifespan but that could all change in the future. See how scientists are turning to alternative materials to create plastic like using a fungus.
Should You Use Glue or Tape to Stick Things Together?
The oldest glue known to man has been around for 6,000 years but we also have new inventions like tape for sticking things together. So which one should you use and which is stronger?
Revolutionary Robotic Eel Designed to Explore the Ocean
This robotic eel designed by scientists at the University of California could revolutionize the study of ocean life. The synthetic eels is transparent, silent and even glows.
Exploring the Inner Workings of the Human Brain
The human brain is one of the most complicated structures in the entire universe and probably the only one that can study itself. But just how do scientists get an inside look of the human brain past all it's protective measures?