Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
How Does Hearing Work?
Recognizing sounds and where they come from is all down to team work between your ears and your brain. Let's take a look at the science behind how hearing works and what goes on inside your brain when it's bombarded with sound.
The Powerless Fridge Saving Lives in Africa
When it comes to getting vaccines to remote parts of the world it takes certain conditions to ensure they are still viable when they reach their destination. This ingenious, powerless fridge makes it possible using simple science and guarantees they reach those in need.
Testing Icy Conditions in the WinterLab
Canada is cold. If you plan on living there you need to make sure the things you use can handle the relentless cold and that's where the WinterLab comes in. Everything you need to test icy, cold conditions for surviving in Canada.
See How Scientists are Using Mosquitoes to Fight Malaria
Everybody hates mosquitoes and up until now they've served no purpose. That was until scientists decided to remake the blood suckers into malaria fighters.
Printing Explosive Designs with Thermite
The world of 3D printing has been commandeered by scientists at this lab to print using thermite so they can make explosive designs.
The Universe is a Dusty Place
Dust, you might be inclined to simply wipe it away but the stuff is everywhere, it was here before you and it will be here after you. But what exactly is dust made of?
The Coupled Pendulum Demonstration
This science experiment demonstrates how a coupled pendulum works transferring energy back and forth. Watch as the simple setup using household items shows a complex physics phenomenon in action.
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.
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.
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?
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?