Floor detritus and butter on toast. Appealing.
The Iron Man suit is perhaps the greatest invention in the superhero universe, but actually flying it can pose something of a problem...
Essential info for your next rave.
Important knowledge for your next rave.
You could say that how we see colour has been 'coloured' by years of history, culture and scientific endeavour - Gavin Evans takes a look at seven of our favourite colours.
Need some eye-opening and fun science experiments to try at home with family and friends? Try making elephant toothpaste - it's dead easy, and messy!
The Earth currently has over 2,000 man-made satellites in orbit.
We speak to Dr Ben Wynne about how the Large Hadron Collider at CERN deals with data generated from 40 million collisions a second.
I'm spinning around, move out of my way!
Tick tock, tick tock, whenever will the clock stop…
Aeroplanes, or airplanes if you're American, need to maintain a certain speed to allow flight.
Solids, liquids... gas? It is all a bit of a conundrum!
In this extract from the new book Thought X: Fictions and Hypotheticals, Sarah Schofield brings the puzzling thought experiment Laplace's Demon to life.
The existence and origin of dark energy is one of sciences most intriguing mysteries.
Disappointed about Doctor Who's TARDIS ending up at the wrong place at the wrong time? Don't be – it's incredibly precise.
I like to move it, move it, ya like to... move it!
If it weren't for chemistry, that pile of wrinkled shirts would take even longer to sort out.
Exoplanets, otherwise known as extrasolar planets, orbit stars other than the Sun.
Let go of your Christ-like water walking aspirations, skipping on top of water like a basilisk lizard would require great speed.
Vroom! Tyre manufactures have spent decades trying to find out why rubber is so 'sticky'.
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