What happens when your robot 'dies'? In Japan, you give it a proper funeral. (And that could soon be a thing here too.)
Scientists have solved the most important scientific question of our time: what music do cats enjoy listening to? (Spoiler: it ain’t MC Skat Kat.)
Sometimes it’s important to enjoy the simple things in life. Like NASA burning a shedload of fuel in the Utah desert.
The world’s largest cave just had a drone fly through it. (And the result may just restore our faith in drone videos.)
This camera is taking a single long-exposure photo over the course of a millennium. Because good things come to those who wait.
Two rock-climbing scientists found something extraordinary on the peak of this formidable-looking Australian island: the elusive ‘tree lobster’ feared extinct for 95 years.
For the first time in almost half a century, scientists are experimenting with psychedelics to relieve anxiety. According to this great read on the New Yorker, the results are out of this world.
Who said robots couldn’t make art? This cyborg hand teaches people how to draw by guiding their hands when they stray off course.
When NASA wanted someone to design space suits for the first Apollo missions, they sought help from an unusual source: a women's underwear manufacturer.
Turns out the rocks that move themselves are getting some help from an unlikely source.
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