Science Videos, Page 2
Cool Science Experiments and Discoveries
Everything You Can Learn From a DNA Test
DNA ancestry tests have become all the rage with millions spitting in bottles to learn about their past. But what exactly can you learn from a DNA test?
The Moment Scientists Saw the First Ever Image of a Black Hole
Take a special behind-the-scenes look at what went into creating the very first image of a black hole and see what the scientists saw as it unfolded.
NASA's Revolutionary Twin Experiment
NASA conducted an experiment with twins to see what impact space travel would have on the human body. 4 years later we have the results and it's getting us closer to Mars.
Why Do Your Muscles Get Tired After Gym?
Have you ever wondered why your muscles get sore and tired after a hard workout? What actually goes on inside the muscle to cause the pain?
The World's First 3D Printed Heart
Scientists have managed to 3D print a heart for the first time ever. This new advance could see doctors printing organs for patients using their own tissue reducing the risk of transplant rejection.
What Causes Turbulence During Flight?
For nervous fliers there's nothing more terrifying than hitting a patch of turbulence. But what exactly is it and what can be done to minimize it's effect?
Fighting Cancer with Biohacked Cells
Cancer has ravaged the human population for centuries but what if there was a way to biohack your own cells to fight back. Can your own body fight cancer with the right technology?
How Big an Explosion Would There be if You Set Off Every Nuclear Bomb at Once?
There are thousands of nuclear weapons held by various governments around the world. But what would happen if you were to put all of them in one place and set them all off at once?
The Reason Compressed Air Cans are Cold
Have you ever used a Compressed Air Can to clean your keyboard or other hard to reach areas and wondered to yourself, why is this can cold? Well science has the answer.
Is Purple Real?
Even though we can see the color purple there is no such thing as purple light. So how and why does the color itself exist?
Is it Possible to Grow a Glacier?
In the past glacier's have been grown by people as a source of water for themselves and their crops. But just how do they do it and can it be used to fight climate change?
The Dinosaur Puzzle That had Scientists Baffled
This dinosaur puzzle had scientists baffled for years but now paleontologist have it sorted. Take a look at how scientists managed to build dinosaurs without all the pieces.
Virgin Births aren't as Rare as We Think
There are plenty of examples in nature of animals that have given birth without sex, the so called virgin birth. So is it possible in humans?
Why are Most Spacesuits White?
If you think of the iconic image of an astronaut floating around in space what do you notice? The spacesuit is almost always white, but why?
Scientists are Changing the Kilogram
When it comes to measurements and weights we have relied on physical items. Right now in a vault in Paris, France sits a metal cylinder that is the official weight of 1kg. But that's all about to change.