Snakes and other beasts: A “How-to” chat with wildlife photographer Marius Iancu

You never know how long a chat with Marius is going to take.

Celebrating women scientists — Maria Sibylla Merian, a pioneer in both art and science

An artist and naturalist, a woman who braved a wild continent and tropical diseases for her passion and left behind remarkable works.

A guide to what sound is and why it can topple buildings

How it forms, how we hear it, and what it can do.

The Food Chain Project: Fighting Food Waste With Art

Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa has started a new project where he monitored everything he ate during a year and made a work of art out of it.

Not your average “Jaws”: common shark myths revealed

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Does your country have bad drivers? Then your government is likely corrupt

Spare a moment to think about how the streets are in your country. The ponder how corrupt your country is. Do you see a correlation?

Is cold fusion possible? Myths and facts with Bill Nye

A faulty science experiment from 1989 still gets people excited three decades later. But is this bad science or actually possible somehow?

Aviation 101 : Flight Dynamics

To most people, the sky is the limit. To those who love aviation, the sky is home.

Amazing inventions lost through time

Science has progressed amazingly in recent years, but a handful of spectacular inventions have remained lost to knowledge.

Brian Cox claims the LHC proves there aren’t any ghosts out there

I have a feeling this still won’t settle the debate.