For just $3, your child can have the entire universe at her fingertips with Cosmolander. The Cosmolander app, available on Android and iPhone, can inspire the young and the young-at-heart, as well as educate users on our solar system.
Have a headache? Down a painkiller. Back ache? Pop an aspirin. Shoulder hurting you? Take an Advil. These instances happen daily as we thank our painkiller of choice for literally killing our aches.
A beautiful new map surfaced online detailing the interwoven rivers and streams throughout the United States.
High school goalkeeper Reuben Nsemoh got kicked in the head while playing soccer. He stayed in the coma and woke up speaking fluent Spanish – a language he’d never spoken before.
Israeli archaeologists dug up the remains of an ancient tower of Jerusalem, frozen in time before the Roman army bombarded its walls.
It seems like scammers compromise more and more accounts each day. Sometimes it seems nearly impossible to not fall victim of a scam.
Over 2.2 billion people around the world don’t have clean water. Even for the undrinkable and polluted water, they have to walk for kilometers away to stay alive.
It seems as though it’s becoming a daily occurrence for companies to launch initiatives to create the greenest technologies.
[Image Courtesy of Wikimedia] Linux has a new animal to deal with now, and it’s not nearly as cute as its mascot, Tux the penguin.
The legendary Aga Khan Awards in Architecture were just announced in a ceremony in Abu Dhabi, UAE. As one of the most important architecture awards in the world, Aga Khan 2016 recognized six winning projects of this year.
[Image Courtesy of Pixabay] Coding and programming are quickly becoming the most important job skills of the future.
[Image Source: Wikipedia] Even though he’s on his way out, U.S. President Barack Obama vowed to play a vital role to help send people to Mars within the next 15 years.
[Image Courtesy of Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory/YouTube] A team of researchers at the Ishikawa Watanabe Laboratory in Tokyo designed a projector that can make the image work on absolutely any surface.
Welcome to This Week in Science & Engineering, your weekly recap of everything major that happened in the wonderful world of science!
[Image Courtesy of Hyundai] Next time you’re driving down the highway, check your rear-view mirror. Hyundai recently recalled its midsize cars as the sunroofs seem to be flying into traffic.
Mercedes-Benz announced its self-driving cars will put driver safety first – even if that means killing a pedestrian.
If bike thieves value their sense of smell, they’ll find another profession. Two San Francisco entrepreneurs created the SkunkLock, a steel U-lock that releases a nauseating and vomit-worthy stench should anyone attempt to cut the lock.
Normally, autocomplete strays far from a user’s intended meanings. However, one scientist used iOS autocomplete to craft a nonsensical academic paper on nuclear physics that has been accepted for a conference.
On Thursday evening, scientists with the ExoMars mission anticipated confirmation that their latest rover had a successful touchdown on Mars.
Debra Bernier creates amazing sculptures using shells, clay, and driftwood collected from the beach. She ascribes meaning to materials that are often overlooked. The Canadian artist retells fairy stories or inspiring, ethereal works in her collection “Shaping Spirit.” [Image source: Debra Bernier-Facebook] “When I work with driftwood, I never start with a blank canvas.