Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
The Edge of the Universe is a Strange Place
The Big Bang Theory tells us that the universe is constantly expanding so what would we see if we could make it to the edges of the universe? What would we see and what kind of weird physics goes on at these extremes?
Liquid Metal Moving in Slow Motion
There are a few liquid metals, one of them is Gallium. Have you ever seen how liquid metals move in slow motion? Well now you can thanks to the Slow Mo Guys.
How Viruses Spread From Animals to People
Most viruses tend to stay within a certain species but there are others that have been known to spread between species like those between animals and humans. But just how do they do it?
How Your Body Defends Itself
Every living organism has to protect itself from other living organism's that want to feed on it. But have you ever heard of the Complement system?
Is There Freshwater Hidden Under the World's Oceans?
Scientists recently discovered freshwater aquifer under the ocean and there's enough to fill 1.1 billion Olympic-sized swimming pools. But how did it get there and avoid the oceans saltiness?
The Science of Soil Explained by a Farmer
When you think of science you might expect a scientist in a lab coat but dairy farmer Cody Turner knows what he needs to know to make sure his cows are looked after and produce the best milk.
How Scientists are Saving Wine From Climate Change
Climate change has the potential to destroy many of the things we love, including wine. Lets see how these scientists are leaping into the future to see what effect climate change will have.
How to Protect Yourself From HPV
HPV is a common infection that many have. But how do you protect yourself from the human papillomavirus?
How Can Math Help You Skate on Thin Ice?
We all know not to skate on thin ice but mathematician Märten Ajne clearly doesn't follow the rules. How does he do it? With 40 years experience, a well trained ear and knowledge of math.
Have You Seen Inside the Sun?
The sun is the most precious thing in our solar system responsible for most life. But have you seen inside the sun? Do you know what's going on this giant ball of gas?
How Flat is Flat?
When we think of something flat we think of table tops and floors but how flat are they really? Well if you ask science flat is a whole new level of smooth.
Aerogel Has Some Incredible Uses
Aerogel is the world's lightest solid but it's more than that. Made mostly of air Aerogel is heat resistant and can even make you entirely waterproof.
Copper and Magnets Have a Strange Relationship
Copper isn't magnetic but when you place a strong magnet on it strange things start to happen. Lets learn more about Lenz's Law and Faraday's Law.
Burning Liquid Methane is for Professionals Only
Methane is a terrible toy unless you're a scientist in which case you can do all sort of things with it. Like setting liquid methane on fire.
Will We Find Extraterrestrial Life in Our Own Solar System?
When we think of extraterrestrial life we think of little green men from far away galaxies visiting us. But could we find aliens in our own solar system?