An Argentinean town that was submerged underwater 30 years ago has recently resurfaced. In this short film its 83-year-old sole inhabitant takes us on a tour.
Some bright spark has worked out the real-world physics behind building a working lightsaber.
These photos show how animals are evolving to cope with a changing planet.
Has the Beatles' most enduring puzzle met its match in modern-day mathematic enquiry?
The amazing phenomena that keeps us alive when we dive.
If you've got to do it, you may as well do it with science.
The Rubik’s Cube turns 40 this year. To celebrate, we take a look at the people doing extraordinary things with them.
It turns out Sir Mix-A-Lot didn't just sing about big butts, he sang because of them. The science of how our voices evolved from our behinds.
How do you keep track of your stuff when you have 33 million artefacts to take care of? This short doco series takes viewers back stage at the American Museum of Natural History.
Made from fossilised single-cell organisms in the early 1900s, these Christmas cards prove it’s the thought – not the size of the gift – that counts. But why did the men who exchanged them suddenly stop?
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