Whether you’re a medical student/doctor, preparing for Halloween or just like quirky science-y things around your home, the following finds are super cute! (They also make great gifts – you’re welcome) Anatomic heart specimen coaster set How amazing is this heart specimen coaster set?! I can personally attest to this, as I own this set […]
Currys have put together dopamine crush, with pop culture pundit Hunter Clark to share some Easter eggs you might have missed.
It’s not a new video, published close to the start of the year, but it’s new for me. And it’s mind-boggling.
The Munich-based team live up to their mission statement of raising awareness of science, space, technology, biology, history and philosophy.
Let’s say you’ve 25,000 dice to stack. What’s the best way to go about it?
You will receive a computer-generated normative feedback based on the answers you have provided in relation to all other participants of the study recruited to date.
A team led by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History found the rare fossil in a site in England, peeled it back layer-by-layer, taking images each time so the whole creature could later be reconstructed by computer.
The game is designed to mix education and science. Ninja cards represent molecules and the interactions teach you about chemistry. It is doing well over on Kickstarter, with $15,000 pledged from 200+ backers and 20 days to go to hit the $18,000 target. You can check more details on the campaign page. [Back this Campaign] […]
This is a bit like the Mythbusters team decided to investigate Superman. Allow for the possibility of an alien from Krypton, who becomes amazingly strong after arriving on Earth, how many of his famous feats are possible? For example, can you catch a plane when it’s falling out of the sky or would that just […]
Yikes! It was 6 years ago that Geek Native shared a table of imaginary elements. Time for a new one. The latest comes from a company called Bodycote which specialise in heat treating various metals and alloys. Hopefully they’ve never had to treat any of the fictional metals and alloys on this periodic table. It’s […]