Phosphine Gas Discovered in the Clouds of Venus, Hinting to the Possibility of Microbial Life
Oceanographer and engineer Derya Akkaynak has devised a new algorithm, cleverly named 'Sea Thru' that cancels out blue green hues, producing underwater imagery so pristine that it looks like the water has …
This ingenious ring uses compressed smog to bring attention to the issue of air pollution.
Designed and created by TeamLab, this interactive show features gorgeous hanging flowers and airplants that move to accommodate and "cocoon" its visitor.
The Elbow is a clip on device for cassettes that brings them back to life in portable style!
A series where famous New York landmarks are moved to desolate locations, giving them entirely new context and perspective.
The Mars Helicopter is accompanying the latest rover to the red planet, hoping for the very first flight in February 2021.
Fabian Cousteau is hoping the new Proteus underwater habitat will be like the International Space Station of our planet's oceans.
For those of you that say "why don't you write about actual moss or fog more often?", this post is for you!
Marine biologist and photographer Alexander Semenov has a stunning collection of photography from his ocean dives.
The ancient and beautiful art of kulning, the Swedish herding call.
Don't believe us? We just sat through eight minutes of Marconi Union's "Weightless", and we can say, it leaves you feeling.......... substantially calmed. Like a peaceful hour of quiet alone …
London-based artist Débora Silva has helped immortalize these moments of turmoil we're living through with 3D scans of various protesters on the streets.
The duo behind CreativeSoul Photography have created a series of highly stylized African American princesses that look even more regal than the Disney movies they're loosely based off of.
Using cleverly disguised cameras, we see the Sifaka lemur and their delightful and amusing way of getting across the ground.
And with the twist of a cap, food may never be the same again. IBM's supercomputer, Watson, can cook.
Mauro Gatti’s uplifting headline illustrations are what we need at this moment.
In these highly detailed and unique renderings, we see the human body in only circulatory form.
Designed by Marshall Blecher and Studio Fokstrot, these small floating islands will soon inhabit the Copenhagen harbor.
Visual Capitalist has a pretty neat look at the way the media landscape has changed over the last month of the global quarantine.
A rainbow colored kindergarten has nearly 500 pieces of colored glass that make it an inspiring place for young minds.