Innovative Science Articles on our Bog| Smith Journal

They mightn’t make it the nicest place to live, but Jupiter’s monstrous, Earth-sized cyclones sure look pretty. 

Your decedents are going to have a very different night sky above them, according to this video from the European Space Agency.

Norway’s futuristic-looking Global Seed Vault is getting a new wing to protect the world’s data from disaster. 

The Dictionary of Winds

Thursday April 06, 2017

Forget Eskimos and their 50 words for ice: this meteorologist has compiled a list of just about every type of wind you can poke a weathervane at, from Abroholos to Zephyros and many other hair-ruffling gusts in between.

It was declared extinct over 100 years ago, but the elusive Australian night parrot is making a miraculous comeback­.

A Seed Bank in Syria

Saturday March 18, 2017

In war-torn Syria, an underground seed bank fights for the region’s plant life. 

Squids, stem cells and pigeon blood vessels never looked so good. 

How to Make a Moon Base

Thursday March 02, 2017

These architects are taking the idea of living on the moon very seriously. Here are some of their plans.

The DIY Portable Science Lab

Monday February 27, 2017

Finally: a kit for anyone who’s ever wanted to conduct their own crazy science experiments, but never had a lab to do them in.

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