Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
Did You Know Penicillin was Discovered by Accident?
Penicillin has gone on to save countless lives since it's discovery but did you know that it all came about by accident?
Shock Wave Racing Down a Tunnel
This is what it looks like when you detonate explosives in a tunnel and can see the shock wave racing down the tunnel.
The Science of Giant Bubbles
Who doesn't love bubbles? Every kid out there is blown away with bubbles and the bigger the better. Now, thanks to scientists, we know the secret to even bigger bubbles.
Examining Blood with a Forensics Expert
TV shows like CSI have made Forensics Experts well known figures. But what can a real life expert tell us about blood patterns at crime scenes?
Incredible Up Close View of the Suns Surface
Scientists managed to capture images of the suns surface showing never before seen detail and it will melt your mind.
Why China's Coronavirus is so Deadly
China has been hit by a new type of Coronavirus which is now spreading worldwide claiming lives as it goes. But what actually happens if your are infected by this deadly disease?
How Blood is Made in Your Bones
Most people don't know it but your bodies supply of blood is closely linked to your bones. Why you ask? It's because your bone marrow is responsible for growing new blood cells.
Can Men Taste with Their Balls?
It might sound strange but social media has men around the world dipping their balls in soy sauce because apparently testicles can taste.
The Science of Cotton
Cotton is everywhere and it's all because of it's incredible properties. So what is it about cotton that makes it so special?
What Happens When You Put Neodymium Magnets in a Blender?
Neodymium Magnets are great toys but have you ever wondered what would happen if you threw them into a blender and let it rip?
Imagine the Earth the Size of the Sun
What would happen if our planet earth were the size of our sun? Lets see how different things would be if things got bigger.
A Mini Volcano with Molten Aluminum
Most kids have made a mini volcano for school but I bet not many have done so using molten aluminum. You're gonna need safety equipment to try this.
World's First Biological Robot
Scientists at UVM and Tufts have managed to create the worlds first biological robot using cells from frog embryos.
Invisibility Shield's in Real Life
This Invisibility Shield, also known as Lubor's Lens, is a real life working technology that can hide items.
The Map of the Human Brain as Used by Neurosurgeons
Neurosurgeons have a tricky job. They've got to get into very sensitive parts of the human brain while at the same time not damaging the rest of it. So how do they navigate their way around?