Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
How Does Aspirin Work?
Aspirin has been a helping people for years but do you know how it works? Take a 3D tour of the human body following an aspirins journey and showing how it helps.
What Happens When the Earths Magnetic Poles Flip?
The earth's magnetic poles are always in motion with the north pole moving roughly 25 miles per year which leads scientists to believe that there could be a pole flip in the near future. But what does that mean for life on earth, what impact will it have on us?
Which of Your Parents is to Blame for Your Genetic Shortcomings?
When it comes to the genetic lottery that is life we get a bit of this and bit of that from each of our parents but where do some traits come from? From colour blindness to hair loss this will show you which of your parents is to blame.
What Happens When Andromeda Collides with Our Milky Way Galaxy?
What will happen to our little planet earth when our home galaxy the Milky Way collides with the Andromeda galaxy? Scientists predict it will form a supermassive black hole but don't worry, we won't be around by then.
The Secrets Hidden in Your Poop
Pooping, everyone does it so there's no need to be shy about it. But did you know that your poop can tell you a lot about your overall health.
When is Fruit Faster Than a Rocket?
Another one of natures secrets has revealed that when a citrus fruit is squeezed it's oils and juices exit the fruit faster than a rocket. The oil escape at 1,000 times faster than a rocket accelerating into space.
Everything You Need to Know About black Holes as Explained by Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking was a true genius and this quick 90 second video of him explaining black holes proves it. Take a moment to appreciate how truly remarkable a man he was and how wonderful the universe is.
What it's Like Driving in a Hangover Suit
Most people know that driving while drunk is not a good idea but what most people don't know is that driving with a hangover also has it's drawbacks. Take a look at this suit designed by Ford to mimic driving with a hangover, no booze needed.
What it's Like Living on Fake Mars
NASA sent group of scientists to live in a fake Mars setup to see how people would react to the experience of isolation for 8 months. Known as analog missions it was designed as a precursor to a trip to Mars.
A Tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking
World renowned Professor Stephen Hawking passed away yesterday and the people at Cambridge University wanted to share a tribute to one of the greatest minds ever to exist.
Fighting Oil Spills with a Water Droplet Experiment
Scientists are trying new ways to fight oil spills after learning new things about how fluids mix with this interesting water droplet experiment.
Guiding Ships with the Moire Effect
The Moiré Effect happens when similar patterns are overlaid on one another creating what look like new lines. This simple effect has been put into use to help ships navigate by creating signs with arrows pointing in the right direction.
Inspiring Future African Astronomers with the Traveling Telescope
Meet Kenyan astronomer Susan Murabana and her husband who travel around Kenya with a massive telescope inspiring future generations. The duo visit schools around the country giving young kids a chance to see things they've never seen before.
Why Incest is Wrong, Scientifically Speaking
We all know incest is wrong, or at least I hope you do, but this is the technical reason why inbreeding is wrong. Take a look at the scientific ways things can go horribly wrong.
Everything You Need to Know About String Theory
Scientists have some pretty crazy ideas to explain the universe and one of those is String Theory. Take a look at what some believe is the answer to all our questions.