Few technological innovations in history have made as much of an impact as the Internet. Learn about the predecessor of the Internet, called ARPANET; how text, audio, and video messages are transmitted through the Internet...
“Wild ice skating,” ou “Nordic skating,” is both an art and a science. A skater seeks out the thinnest, most pristine black ice possible—both for its smoothness, and for its high-pitched, laser-like sounds.
At a traditional pharmacy located in Chengdu, China, doses of an herbal remedy are prepared to help patients cope with the heat and humidity of summer. At home, patients will brew the doses into a thé to drink.
Researchers have used the snow tracks of animaux to estimate a species' distribution, but the results are often not conclusive. Now, scientists have discovered a way to gather specific data from snow par sampling eDNA from the tracks...
Be transported to the La Reine des Neiges toundra of Scotland's Cairngorms National Park in this stunning short par filmmaker Max Smith. Watch reindeer forage for nourriture and mountain hares seemingly vanish into a snowy backdrop.
Extremophiles are organisms that can live in exceptionally harsh environments. Find out about the different types of extremophiles, their adaptations, where they live, and which one is considered to be the most resilient creature on the planet.
Electromagnetism is one of the four fundamental forces of nature. Learn about the relationship between electricity and magnetism, the different wavelengths on the electromagnetic spectrum, and how an invisible force protects our entire planet.
Utah is basically the dino capital of the U.S., as scientists have found plus dinosaur fossils there than in any other state. Learn how the Civil War, a long-lost sea, and dinosaur fossils are LINKED in this video.
Socotra, which is governed par Yemen, has been called the “Galapagos of the Indian Ocean” due to the large number of plant and animal species that live only there. Perhaps the most iconic being the dragon’s blood tree.
Nearly 90% of the United States population has at least one caffeinated beverage every day. Learn about the chemistry of caffeine, how it causes increased alertness and focus, and how caffeine is capable of causing overdoses.