The robots are coming, full monty style…Check out these bad boys working together to create shapes and formations…pretty cool.
Navdy’s new’s innovation helps keep your eyes on the road while offering a new level of interacting with your apps and in-car services.
The crew at ArcAqua may have revolutionised the way in which food is cleaned and prepared thanks to their harnessing of Ozone technology.
The massive hole, which spans about 80-metres in diameter, was spotted recently on the Yamal Peninsula in Russia.
People of Earth, meet your new robotic overlord: Cujo AKA the Legged Squat Support System (LS3).
The long-dead 25-million year old seabird boasted a serious wingspan, with even one of its wings dwarfing a royal albatross.
The quality of South Africa’s maths and science education places us last out of 148 countries, according to a World Economic Forum report. Is there a solution to the on-going problem?
Thank you science! A new experiment using mice has shown us that there might be a way to keep us young….FOREVER. New Studies published in Science & Nature Medicine show us that when scientists took the blood out of young and spritely mice and injected it into the bloodstreams of old and creaky rats, the old rats [...]
According to this infographic, 40% of our happiness is controlled by our thoughts, actions and behaviour, 50% is genetically determined, and 10% is determined by our circumstances. Bummer if you’re naturally unhappy! Cheer up.
It’s not hard to notice beards are trending. With stars like Brad Pitt and George Clooney strutting masculine and bushy beards on the red carpet, it’s clear to see beards are in vogue. But scientists believe we have hit “peak beard” levels.
Science is a like a bipolar person with ADD: one moment we’re contemplating the cosmos, and the next thing we’re growing vaginas in a lab. Are you ready? Four women have had lab-grown vaginas implanted by doctors in the US.
Chemicals make the world run… well the entire world is made up of chemicals. If you had to deconstruct everyday food into its chemical makeup, you would be left with an extremely long grocery list of organic compounds that will take longer to read than to eat said food product. Here are some infographics from the blog Compound Interest, which teach you some of the science behind everyday food.
We often take the ability to hear for granted. Watch the moment when a 40-year-old woman, who has been deaf since birth, was able to hear for the first time.
For years people have been trying to brainwash us, telling us butter is the devil. But rejoice – scientists and medical experts have questioned the thinking that saturated fats are inherently bad for us. No evidence was found to support the notion that saturated fats correlate to an increase risk of heart disease – butter’s back bitches.
Yesterday a major scientific discovery was announced which further bolsters the Big Bang Theory of the universe. Scientists found the first evidence for the primordial B-mode polarization of the cosmic microwave background which was detected by a telescope called BICEP2. This is direct evidence of cosmic inflation.
The countdown starts. An onlooker stands motionlessly next to a culinary tragedy. A chip has fallen onto the ground. His mind is racing; to eat or not to eat? Five seconds are almost up. A bead of sweat drips from his brow.
Tracking the ages of people who achieve a moment of epiphany in their work, a study has found that the moments of a genius breakthrough tend to happen in your mid to late 30′s. Check it out..
No polygraph needed. This five second subliminal test will have school yard chants of ‘Liar, liar pants on fire,’ echo from the water cooler today.
If you live in Iceland, feel free to stop reading this. If you don’t, go ahead and eat turkey banana sandwiches finished off with a glass of milk, have your AC set at 13,9°C, get married but have no kids, and go for a daily 20 minute walk a day outside.
The American Chemical Society have created a new series called ‘Reactions’, where they explain the science behind various lifhacks. Watch their first video in the series to see how salt improves the taste of your coffee.
Have a spare $330,000 lying around? In a couple of months you could be the proud owner of thousands of sports goggles, flexible shoes, headphones, a blender or colourful football and bike helmets – nearly anything you can think of made from polymers.
Never mind wife swap, this is body swap. Yes folks, there’s a device out there that lets you see, hear, and even feel what what it’s like in another person’s body.
A team of scientists and researchers have discovered a previously-unknown species of dead-leaf toad in the mountains of the Peruvian Andes.