Part of Being Green is Loving those Bugs

Bugs aren’t pretty or popular, but like it or not they are incredibly important for our environment.

A Welsh Doctor, Sir Hans Sloane, and the Disappearing Catheter

Dr. Alun Withey on an age old medical mystery.

Surprise: Not All Child Development Studies are Created Equal

Sensational child development claims can lead to frustrating results for parents and children.

Bringing Back the Dead: A Look at the Early Days of Science and Medicine

Every modern medical practice was new at one point, including resuscitating victims of drowning.

Take Action: You vs. Climate Change

How you can play a part in tackling climate change – long after the Paris hype is over.

The Five-Second “Rule”

Turns out, it matters more where you drop the food than how long it sits there.

Why the Dartboard Looks Like it Does and How Bad Players can do Better

Graham Kendall explains the science and math of the dartboard.

What this Boy Makes is Not a Propeller

Check out this impressive video of what can be built with some skill and imagination!

Defog Your Windows Twice as Fast Using Science in 4 Easy Steps

Here are 4 steps to defog your windshield twice as fast in the morning and the science behind why it works. Thanks for watching from the bottom of my nerdy heart.

How Curiosity can Save Species from Extinction

Curiosity leads us to ask questions that can lead to innovative answers.

Five Key Findings From 15 Years Of The International Space Station

Gareth Dorrian on how the human body is much more fragile than we imagined, and four other findings from the International Space Station.

Drastic Measures Needed to Save Us From Ourselves

Latest OECD report indicates how much work is still required to save us (and the environment) from ourselves.

Natural Childbirth From a Father’s Perspective

This dad wouldn’t have done it any other way. Surprised? You won’t be after reading his reasons.

Erosion and Pollution Are Ruining Our Soil

Erosion and pollution over the last 40 years have rendered one third of the world’s soil useless.

What’s More Deadly, Hot or Cold Weather?

Believe it or not, more deaths are attributed to colder temperatures than warmer ones.

How Startup Life is Like Studying Abroad

We (almost) never realize how great of a time we’re having when we are in the moment and living it.