This robot passes through pipes to see where they’re leaking

The small robot that could.

US Marines will save $70,000 by 3D-printing F-35 part

3D printing is making quite the splash in the military.

Goop can no longer make health claims about its vaginal eggs

Well, well, well — who would have guessed.

Why ‘detox’ doesn’t work — a diet fad and marketing ploy exposed by science

There’s no such thing as a detox.

Autonomous killer drone aims to save the Great Barrier Reef

Can we please call these things Star Destroyers? Please?

Amazing video shows how white blood cells find pathogens — and points to a cure against cancer

So pretty tho!

Astrology doesn’t work and never worked. Here’s why

Here’s what’s in your horoscope for today: science.

The Earth is flat out spherical — here’s why, and why we’re sure

The only thing flat earthers fear is sphear itself!

Calling the shot: New study shows the best way to practice football penalty-taking

However, we can only hope that crucial matches won’t be decided by penalties.

Why you shouldn’t pop your pimples — Really, you shouldn’t

Popping pimples can be very tempting, but this is considered a bad idea by most dermatologists.

Travels in Geology — Arkansas: A geologic diamond in the rough

Ever wanted to dig your own diamonds? Well, now you have the chance.

How to Lose 20 Pounds in 20 Minutes, The Psychology of Clickbait

The science of why we always fall for clickbait.

Kalashnikov presents retro-futuristic electric car

It’s interesting, but how many rounds per minute does it fire?

Faulty findings, real appeal: the psychology of pseudoscience

Why do some people turn to pseudoscience, and why are they so hard to pry away from it?

Why the Amazon is the widest river in the world

A mammoth among rivers!

How fast hair grows, and other hairy science

On average, your scalp hair grows by 0.35 to 0.45 millimeters a day or half an inch per month.

What is the longest river in the world? That’s surprisingly debatable

It depends on how you measure. By one account it’s the Nile but others say that the Amazon is the longest river in the world.

America’s “Organic Dynasty”

Millenials love organics — here’s an overview of the impending revolution.

Blood for universal transfusions might be sourced from gut bacteria

Well, not literally — but they’ll help!

Novel nanocomposite material might prevent shipwrecks from rotting

The technique is being trialed on the English warship Mary Rose.