John Hurt narrates the facts behind the discovery of huge nesting site in modern day Patagonia. Fossiled remains show Argentinosaurus laid tens of thousands of eggs in a 15 km nesting site used for hundreds of thousands of years.
Cruise ships – how bad they truly are for the environment?
Our bodies and homes are covered in microbes – some good for us, some bad for us, and some just along for the ride…
A new study on plant reproduction finds that developing cells are very affected by altered states of gravity – a finding that has implications for our hopes for a future human society in space.
Intersting perspective of Albert Einstein and how he sees the world…
Evacuate Earth documentary…
Geneticist and physician Francis Collins explains why systematic drug discovery is imperative, even for rare and complex diseases, and offers a few solutions — like teaching old drugs new tricks.
A documentary about a herb that’s been an interesting topic for years, not only for consumers but scientists too…
The extensive conference program will encompass over 70 presentations devoted to practical experiences and the latest developments in energy efficient architecture…
Cheap, water-filled plastic bottle bulbs are lighting up shanty towns and transforming the lives of the poor in the Philippines. A film by Marion Hütter.
The founder of PayPal, Tesla Motors and SpaceX, Elon Musk shares details about his visionary projects, which include a mass-marketed electric car, a solar energy leasing company and a fully reusable rocket.
Ink that conducts electricity, a window that turns from clear to opaque at the flip of a switch, a jelly that makes music. All this stuff exists and it’s time to play with it.
Modern psychiatric drugs treat the chemistry of the whole brain, but neurobiologist David Anderson believes in a more nuanced view of how the brain functions. He illuminates new research that could lead to targeted psychiatric medications…
Throughout humankind’s history, we’ve driven species after species extinct: the passenger pigeon, the Eastern mountain lion, the dodo …. But now we have the technology and biology to bring back species that humanity wiped out. So — should we? Which ones?
Roger Myerson and Jill Pruetz share insights into how humans and chimps share information, resolve conflicts, and build social groups.
Can we use our brains to directly control machines — without requiring a body as the middleman?
According to the ruls of FDA, Diamond Foods will no longer be able to sell nuts in the US, apparently because they were expressing the good characteristics of those nuts???
Feeling a bit tired of winter, snow and cold days without much sun, a bit depressed and without energy? Scientists say that the main reason for such feelings is the sun you are missing.
Even though “billboards” usually reffer to everyday commercials, there seems to be one that is actually “smart” and makes us happy to know it exists.
Billed as the world’s smallest space telescopes, 2 tiny satellites will launch into orbit tomorrow, Monday, February 25th, on a mission to study the brightest stars in the night sky.
A portable underwater habitat that allows divers to more easily decompress when ascending from the deep.
A bit of science for today: find out why mass has a split personality!