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Aeroponic vertical farming in Newark, New Jersey

Inside of a former laser tag area in Newark, New Jersey, Aerofarms is growing 250 kinds of leafy greens in huge air and mist-driven vertical farm. This Seeker Stories video shows how their aeroponic technology works: ...

Barrel Tiled Shed & Tiled Roof Hut – Primitive Technology

How do you create a fire and rain proof work shed when you only have what's available to you in an Australian forest? Primitive Technology takes on the challenge in this Barrel Tiled Shed video. Some details from his ...

To Mars and Back In 150 Seconds

How does sending humans to Mars work? How long does it take to go there and come back? How do they set up shelter on the Red Planet? What about space radiation? TIME's Jeffrey Kluger gives us an animated primer: To Ma...

How to Find a Galaxy

How do you find a galaxy? How do you find a thousand galaxies? Astrophysicist Dr. Margaret Geller is a galaxy mapping pioneer. She and her colleagues studied the spatial distribution of galaxies in our universe by sur...

DuoSkin: Functional, stylish on-skin user interfaces

Wear your game controller on your arm in the future and much more. From MIT Media Lab in collaboration with Microsoft Research, PhD student Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao introduces DuoSkin: Functional, stylish on-skin user inter...

A squirrel takes a GoPro up into the tree branches

To get a close up view of the local squirrels, a small GoPro Session was left in the park near the base of a tree. Maybe a squirrel would eat some treats near the camera? Or nibble on treats attached to the camera? Or...

Travel from Quebec to the moon with a zoom lens

Connect the view that we see with our eyes at dusk to the photos that we might see taken with a powerful zoom lens. Daniel Pelletier begins this video in a parking lot in Quebec, Canada and then travels all the way to...

Behind-the-scenes with Terra Bella’s satellites

What might we learn if we could observe the patterns in humanity's mass activities -- mining, clear cutting, ships moving through ports, erupting volcanoes, ground conflicts, etc -- over time? What if we could do that...

France A. Córdova – Nautilus’ Spark of Science

France A. Córdova, the director of the National Science Foundation of the United States, former NASA Chief Scientist, and former Chancellor of the University of California, Riverside, had to petition to get into her h...

Making a Forge Blower – Primitive Technology

A rotary fan from pieces of bark, a fan cover and spout made from unfired clay, a bow drill to power it, and a mud furnace to concentrate the heat. Watch how Primitive Technology constructs a forge blower from wood, b...

One Year on Earth – Seen From 1 Million Miles

Every two hours, NASA's Epic camera on NOAA's DSCOVR satellite captures a set of images from its L1 (Lagrange point 1) orbit. The images of Earth's sunlit side are taken in ten different wavelengths. The first color-a...

The AgIC marker draws circuits with conductive ink

It's easy to doodle a circuit! Made with silver conductive nanoparticles, the ink in the AgIC Circuit Marker can conduct electricity, as shown in this pop-up book inspired Japanese commercial by Kandenko. Watch the LE...

Building a House the Eco-Friendly Way with 3D Printing

Inspired by plant patterns, the reusability of waste materials, and architecture made from the earth in locations around the world, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello of Emerging Objects studio are exploring the in...

Dina Amin’s Tinker Friday Stop Motion Project

What's inside an old optical mouse? How many pieces are they made from? How might they be reimagined? Cairo-based product designer Dina Amin made a hobby from these questions, turning it into a delightful side project...

FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Universe

In an animation that hearkens back to the work of illustrator Charley Harper, Chromosphere intertwines humanity's scientific achievements with the wonders of the natural world: FORMS IN NATURE: Understanding Our Unive...

Gravitational Waves Explained Using Stick Figures

How are gravitational waves made? In this episode of MinutePhysics, Henry Reich draws up a series of other wave creating scenarios -- water waves, air pressure waves, and radio waves -- to help explain gravitational w...

Juno: Piercing Jupiter’s Clouds

For the last five years, a spacecraft named Juno has traveled across 1.8 billion miles (2.8 billion kilometers) to arrive at the planet Jupiter. It will be a historic arrival that culminates in a critical sequence of ...

Searching for Water Voles

Have you ever seen a water vole? Do you think you might be able to spot one along the river banks? Maddie Moate recently tried to spot Arvicola amphibius in Norfolk's Hickling Broad with the help of warden John Blackb...

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