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'.
The physics behind the unmistakable sound of one of Britain's most iconic landmarks is revealed in new study from the University of Leicester.
This week in science history we look at some of the events that shook the world of science, technology and nature including the devastating earthquake that hit Chile in 2010.
The Baghdad Battery, otherwise known as the Parthian Battery, was an artefact hypothesised to be an ancient version of a battery.
And it isn't James Brown.
There are three common states of matter on Earth; solids, liquids and gases.
Zero gravity combat sounds fun, but it may be quite painful.
The 20th Century has seen its fair share of scientific breakthroughs, and for some, having a little science history at home is a price worth paying.
Do mice really love cheese? Does sugar make kids hyperactive? Do you actually need your five-a-day? We put common beliefs under the microscope to sort the fact from the fantasy
This week in science history we look at some of the events that shook the world of science, technology and nature including the first expedition to the magnetic South Pole.
192-atom long structure woven “just like knitting.”
On 8 January 2017 Stephen Hawking turns 75. Here’s the renowned theoretical physicist's life in pictures.
This week in science history we look at some of the events that shook the world of science, technology and nature including the first transatlantic radio signal.
Looking for somewhere to to spend a sunny afternoon that tickles your technical side and scintillates your scientific self? We've gleamed a few travel tips from the book Geek's Guide To Britain for some inspiration.
James Bond makes escaping from a speeding vehicle look easy, but there are many different things to consider if you want to get out alive.
This week in science history we look at some of the events that shook the world of science, technology and nature including the birth of Heisenberg.
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