…or right, depends how you look at it.
Little Emma is a two-year-old girl suffering from arthrogryposis, a rare congenital disorder that makes lifting her arms extremely difficult. Thanks to a group of researchers from Alfred I. du Pont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware, and their 3D-printed Wilmington Robotic Exoskeleton, Emma can now play with her blocks like any other toddler…
A guy makes his own alcohol vaporizer with a plastic bottle, a tube with a valve and a foot pump. Somehow I don’t see any boozers working this much for a shot of vodka.
Richard Wiseman demonstrates an amazing trick with a glass of water and a piece of paper. Science FTW!
Mr. Chris Bergmann performs the exploding pumpkin trick as part of a Halloween demo day for his chemistry students at Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School in the Poudre School District of Fort Collins Colorado. Now that’s how you carve a pumpkin – with fire!
‘Mommy Tummy’ is a pregnancy simulator suit packed with balloons, sensors, and warm water, developed by Takuya Iwamoto from the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
The Concrete Canvas Shelter is a rapidly deployable hardened structure that requires only water and air for construction. This building in a bag can be inflated by pump, sprayed with water and left to set – leaving a fireproof, secure cover.
Days after two suns were caught on camera in Taiwan, scientists are still having a rough time trying to explain what exactly we’re looking at.
If the Earth were the size of a basketball and the moon a tennis ball, how far apart would they be? Turns out, the answer is not known to many.
In attempt to inspire fellow scientists to have fun just as much as they did, two Virginia biologists created first living Google logo out of fast-multiplying bacteria.