Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
Can Concrete Help Fight Climate Change?
Concrete has been around for a long time and has contributed to climate change. Scientists are now looking at ways of creating a cleaner, more sustainable version for future construction.
What is the Biggest Battery in the World?
When you think batteries you probably think the things in your cellphone or computer, maybe even your car. But what about the world's biggest battery? Would you believe it's actually a pair of lakes?
How Fresnel Lenses Helped Lighthouses Save Lives
Lighthouses have been around for centuries helping sailors navigate treacherous waters. But it was the addition of the Fresnel lens that helped it become what it is today.
Why Do You Get Dandruff?
Dandruff is annoying and can be embarrassing so why do we have it? What causes the body to create dandruff and what can you do to stop it?
Why You Shouldn't Worry About Vaccine Side Effects
Many people are about vaccine side effects as scientists around the world tackle the COVID 19 pandemic. But there's good reason why you shouldn't be worried about them.
What Will Humans Evolve Into Next?
While we humans like to think of ourselves as perfect creations there's still a lot of room for improvement. So what will future humans look like if we keep evolving away our problems?
The Milky Way as Seen by the Curiosity Rover on Mars
We don't see much of the Milky Way from Earth due to light pollution but these images from Mars give us never before seen images of our universe thanks to the Curiosity Rover.
The 2,000 Year Old Body That Didn't Decompose
If you leave a body buried it will start to decompose pretty quickly except for the body of the Lindow Man which remained perfectly preserved for 2,000 years. But why?
How Deadly is Nuclear Energy?
Dying by nuclear energy is not a nice way to go. Since it's discovery how many people do you think have died from nuclear energy?
How mRNA Vaccines are Made and How They Work
One of the leading COVID vaccines is made with mRNA and is incredibly effective. But what exactly is mRNA and how is this vaccine different to others?
The Time Keepers Who Decide Time
Time is important but who decided on how long seconds, minutes and days are? Lets see how scientists developed atomic clocks to be even more accurate.
Weird Shapes that Defy Gravity
We all know that gravity pulls everything downwards so why do these weird shapes insist on climbing up hill?
How Superconductors are Made
Superconductors are miracles of modern science doing things that look like magic. But just how are they made and can you make one yourself?
How to Land on the Moon for Idiots
Have you always dreamed of going to the moon but lack the technical know how? Well this simple video explains what you have to do to get from earth to the moon in simple terms.
How Accurate are Personality Tests?
Personality tests like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Enneagram have become popular recently but how accurate are they and what problems exist?