Welcome To The Future: The First Truly Portable Coil gun...
Most of the coil guns we've seen online have been non-portable, garage build projects. This is the best version of a portable coil gun that we've seen yet. The design is quite impressive, and features a display that shows you the charging level in th...
How to Use Google Search More Effectively [INFOGRAPHIC]
Fewer than 25% of students know how to perform a "reasonably well-executed search" of web information. This inforgraphic shares a few essential Google search tips and tricks.
Device: Gear finder
Imagine. With this device you never lose your keys or wallet. Stick a RFID sticker on the items that you often lose. The device then detecs your things. Unfortunately it's still a concept.
Honeybees can smell TB
New Zealand biologists believe that honeybees can sense the faint floral odor on the breath of people infected with tuberculosis, and are trying to find a way to train bees to help them diagnose TB: "When we tested them with the tuberculosis odours w...
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Caltech's Killer Idea: Artificial Leaves That Turn Sunlight...
We asked Caltech -- the California Institute of Technology -- for its smartest new innovation. This is what they gave us.
Interesting video showing Laminar Flow and demonstrating fluid flowing in layers. Very cool! Filmed at the University of New Mexico - Physics Department. Thi...
We're 99% certain this is the most beautiful footage of...
Boy howdy, this video definitely confirms that if you're going to gaze at our planet, the International Space Station is the best seat in the house. This video was shot during Expeditions 28 and 29 aboard the ISS from August-October of this year.
Video: Perhaps the Best HD View of Earth From Space Ever...
Just trust me. This video is really that good.
What Are The Odds? | Visual.ly
What are the odds that you exist, as you, today? Author Ali Binazir attempts to quantify the probability that you came about and exist as you
Magical Viking stone may be real - Telegraph
A Viking legend which tells of a glowing "sunstone" that, when held up to the sky, disclosed the position of the Sun on a cloudy day may have some basis in truth, scientists believe.
The Internet weighs about as much as a strawberry
A viral video making the rounds is "How Much Does The Internet Weigh?" from the folks at Vsauce. It's an entertaining look at the concept of data actually possessing some weight, although we can't really measure the weight of an individual data point...
Cockatoo Squids, or Glass Squids, in the Deep Ocean
This transparent cockatoo squid (Leachia sp.), also known as a glass squid, lives in the depths of the ocean and has many adaptations to help it survive there.
23 incredible new technologies you'll see by 2021
The Maya said we're due for a shake-up soon. Turns out, they were right.