Outrageous Acts of Science
An artist collects his blood for 18 months, creating batteries with them. The blood provides the electrons that moves between the electrodes powering speakers.
Find Out How This Artist Makes His Blood Sing
Dominate your neighborhood with your 20 ft. tall snowman, like this Canadian family did. Learn all their tricks!
How to Scale Up Your Snowman
The surgery on a grape, helps surgeons perfect their use of an advanced surgical device used for more minimally invasive keyhole surgery.
Why Surgery on Grape Skins Really Matters
Find out what scientific process combined with some strong arms allow for some legen-dairy homemade butter making.
The Dudes Who Make Butter Faster Than Toast
For record breaking pogo jumpers their height comes from a mix of specialized pogo sticks and waving a free arm for balancing and momentum.
The How To Guide to High Stakes Pogo Jumping
Beware of "Snocomotive!" What looks like a light powder from a fresh storm coming from this commuter train, actually gets compacted into something unpleasant.
Commuter Train Creates Snowballs From Hell
It doesn't sound right does it? This video explains how it's possible to freeze anti-freeze and the chemistry behind it.
Yes. You CAN Freeze Anit-Freeze
This is a hilarious illustration of just how strong the drive of a male grouse can be as he mistakes a man's head for a potential mate.
Epic Mating Season Mixup
This expirement shows e-coli overtake powerful antibiotics in a petri dish. It's a look at how even one-called bacteria can evolve and how we should be careful with antibiotic use.
The Tiniest Terrors
The 3D printer has taken the technology to a new level, using concrete as its medium. It could be the future of efficient, cost effective home building.
The 3D Printer That Builds Houses
These paper centrifuges are doubly cool. They help diagnose disease cheaply in remote communities, plus they spin at 125,000 RPM - the fast spinning human powered device!
Find out what makes this stick figure drawing come to life when water is poured on it.
Stick Figure Man Magic
We've all seen induction cooktops, but not many of us know how they cook and stay cool at the same time. Our experts will feed us the scoop.
This man can makes the water jump when he shouts. Let's find out what's behind this mysterious gift!
World's Strangest Superpower
This sculpture unrolls into a super strong bridge. Find out how it transforms and what makes it so strong.
Rollin' on the River
A father-son duo create an innovative beehive that allows them to gather honey on tap without dislodging the bees.