A new solar film invention captures UV light particles, and can be applied to any existing window.
Redwood trees aren't just the tallest on the planet, they're smart, fascinating, and full of wonder.
Thanks to some handy time-lapse video, we see that houseplants are actually quite active, stretching, bending, twirling and moving throughout the day.
The Weather Photographer of the Year contest is now in its 5th year, and has some amazing entrants that show us 2020 wasn't just about a raging global pandemic.
The Earthshot Prize is meant to inspire a new generation of problem solvers for our natural environment.
A handy fall foliage tracker keeps you in the know for autumn colors 🍁
This impressive capture of a 'cloudburst' in Austria shows the beauty and power of nature.
A massive 60-foot Gundam robot in Japan can walk, kneel, and point to the sky.
Beautiful visions of Earth from above.
Phosphine Gas Discovered in the Clouds of Venus, Hinting to the Possibility of Microbial Life
The Oceanbird is a new cargo ship with five massive retractable sails that extend to reduce pollution by up to 90%.
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 …
Israel-based Redefine Meat is attempting to create a 3D printed steak, complete with 'muscle', 'blood', and 'fat', the components that makeup a beef steak.
This ingenious ring uses compressed smog to bring attention to the issue of air pollution.
Deskspace is a set of high-quality gemstones that represent our solar system, with unique stone materials that mimic the look of each of our planets.
Restflix is a new streaming service dedicated entirely to helping you fall asleep faster, and sleep better.
These clever terra cotta tiles are 3D printed and interlocked to help coral regrow.
The Mars Helicopter is accompanying the latest rover to the red planet, hoping for the very first flight in February 2021.
Watch a popcorn kernel pop at an amazing 100,000 frames per second.
This captivating animation shows our solar system's moons, in size comparison with Earth.
Fabian Cousteau is hoping the new Proteus underwater habitat will be like the International Space Station of our planet's oceans.