Sculpting Science

Wednesday August 21, 2013

Bobby Jaber is a retired chemistry teacher with a hobby. No, he’s not making meth. He’s making “spherical porcelain vessels” (that’s “ceramic molecules” in layperson).

Hear This

Friday August 16, 2013

Today in ‘Crazy Shit 3D Printers Can Apparently Do’: 3D printers can apparently 3D-print new ears. Crazy.

Tune-In Tuesday: Science Times

Tuesday August 13, 2013

What do killer whales, drug-resistant germs, and a harp the size of a mountainside have in common?

Lab-Grown Meat

Friday August 09, 2013

No cows were harmed in the production of this hamburger, which is why it took $325,000 and a team of scientists to make. 

Wonders Of Life (DVD giveaway)

Wednesday July 31, 2013

In Wonders of Life, physicist Brian Cox brings science to the masses in a way that only Carl Sagan and David Attenborough did before him. 

Sunday Reading: MATTER

Sunday July 28, 2013

Ninety nine cents a month is a small price to pay for a steady stream of stories on subjects such as radioactive poison, voluntary limb amputation and, most recently, living longer.

The New Cosmos

Friday July 26, 2013

In 1980, a guy named Carl Sagan released a TV series called Cosmos – widely regarded as one of the most influential docos of all time. Seen by over 500 million people, it is credited with almost single-handedly building the popular science movement in America.

Einstein on Religion

Wednesday July 17, 2013

There's something about the curiosity of children. Stripped of the cynicism we adults attach to questions of art and politics and science – kids are able to bring a simple logic to bear on the thorniest of questions. Einstein seemed to agree.

The IQ Predictor

Friday July 12, 2013

A group of scientists from Rochester think they can help determine your IQ.

Spoon Fed

Tuesday July 09, 2013

Turns out food does actually taste better when eaten with your favourite spoon or fork. Thank you science, for telling us what we already knew.