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From a mega telescope in Chile to the largest vaccination developer in the world, these are the most impressive scientific research facilities in the world
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The Full 20th Century Evolution of Halloween Costumes
Take a look at this fascinating 100-year evolution of Halloween costumes, from the 1900s to now
15 Innovative Prosthetics That Look Almost Too Real!
This video features some really advanced and amazing prosthetics that look almost as good as the real thing.
Looking At Popularity Trends of Browsers: 1994-2019
This is a really fascinating look at the evolution of internet browsers in a visual way.
10 Ancient Animals That Have Survived for Centuries!
Take a look at some of the most ancient creatures that are still alive on earth.
We Might See Electric Planes as Soon as 2024!
Apparently, Elon Musk is working on an eVTOL, an electric zero-emission plane and he's not the only one. We might see the prototype as soon as 2024!
Items You Keep on the Kitchen Counter But Really Shouldn’t
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Coronavirus: This Is How the Outbreak May Finally Stop
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Evolution Isn’t Over: New Anatomical Feature In Humans
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The Accidental Discovery of the World’s First Antibiotic
Not too long ago, it was fairly common to die of the simplest of wounds due to bacterial infection. Penicillin changed everything.
WHY is Sugar So Devilishy Addictive?
There seems to be a fascinating scientific explanation for why our will power is weak when it comes to sugar!
Is Vertical Farming Going to Solve Global Hunger?
How Singapore is solving one of the biggest problems in the world...
The Story of the Internet: Who REALLY Invented It?
Who really invented the internet, and why did they REALLY do it?
The First Robot Ever Made Was Created 250 Years Ago...
This automaton is pure genius, especially when you consider it was built 250 years ago...
How To Be Sure Your Dog Adores You
10 scientific ways to know if your dog loves you
Why Are Your Ears Ringing? The Causes Explained
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This Map Taught Me Something I Never Knew Before...
A lot of countries are famous for some of the products they make and export. This detailed map will show you what are the real most exported products of each country.
How TV Sets Looked Like From the 1920’s Until Today
Most of us grew up with a television, but have you ever realized just how much your TV set changed through the years?
What Will Technology Be Like in 2050? Take a Look At These
Peak into the future and see what types of technologies will likely be made available in just a few short decades.
4 Super Technologies That Started Off as Failed Inventions
Check out how some of the great technological inventions of our time actually started off as failed projects.
QUIZ: Do You Remember Your Basic Chemistry?
Are you ready to challenge yourself in the field of basic chemistry? Let's see how you do with our basic chemistry quiz.
These Incredible Masterpieces Were Inspired by Technology!
Art and Technology are so deeply intertwined in this modern age. These works of art show the true magic of science brought out through art
6 Amazing Technologies That May Transform Our Tomorrow
In this article, we will look at some amazing future technologies that have the potential to change our world by the next decade.
Study: Honeybee Venom Kills Aggressive Breast Cancer Cells
A new study has found that honeybee venom can be used to kill the cells for triple-negative breast cancer. Find out more...
Hair Regeneration Could Be Possible With This New Process
Learn about an innovative new study which has revealed a novel treatment for effective hair regeneration.
Breathalyzers May Be More Important Than You Thought
This video does a great job in breaking down how in the future, breath analysis can be used to detect disease and prevent more invasive procedures.
7 Exciting Physics Tricks You Have to See!
Watch these seven remarkable physics tricks in this exciting and fun video.
Scientists Find a Way to Convert Brainwaves Into Sentences
In a fascinating recent study, researchers managed to teach a machine to translate brainwaves into English sentences.
Here’s Why These Seemingly Obsolete Things Still Exist
Why do some people still use seemingly obsolete items like VHS tapes, vinyl records, fax machines & landlines? This video explains why.
Neon Lights: a Beautiful Union of Science and Art
Neon signs are a beautiful blend or artistry and science, and knowing the history and the science behind them make them even more exciting
Here’s Exactly Why Galileo is the Father of Modern Science
In 50 years of studying a variety of different subjects, Galileo made an unending number of contributions to science, like those listed here
Watch the Incredible Fire Rings of the Sun
Watch the fire rings produced by the sun in an exciting and visually mesmerizing science video.
Meet the Robot that Will Change Seniors' Lives
This robot is going to change the way nursing homes are operated by freeing up the human staff from mundane tasks.
How Robots Are Revolutionizing COVID-19 Care
One of the ways medicine may soon become even more tech-savvy is through the introduction of humanoid robots, and it's already starting to happen
Cell vs. Virus: The War Inside Our Bodies
Take a fascinating journey into the cells and see the great war between cells and viruses.
What Would Happen If You Got Swallowed by a Whale?
According to an 18th-century story, it is possible to survive a whale attack, as one man by the name James Bartley did. Is this story true?
Greatest Inventions and Science Discoveries - a Collection
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When People Unwittingly Conducted Fascinating Experiments
Take a look at this collection of photos showing how common people performed some fascinating accidental scientific experiments.
This Is How Scientists Are Planning to Build... On Mars!
This video showcases the novel techniques scientists are planning to use to build on the Red Planet.
Science Lesson: Why is Space Black?
This video will explain why exactly space is the color it is - black.
Powerful New Antibiotic Was Discovered Thanks to AI
Experts claim we are in dire need of new antibiotics. This new research has discovered one, using a pioneering AI technology.
Visual Illusions: What Color Are These Strawberries?
Tricking our brain into believing that something is one color or shape than another thing is surprisingly easy, but can we explain why?
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