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How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made

See How Girl Scout Cookies Are Made in this video that's chock full of cookies being covered with chocolate, caramel, toasted coconut, and more. Mmmmmm... conveyor belt footage. Details from Insider: Two different...

The 90-year-old armchair archaeologist

Space archaeologist Sarah Parcak is a modern-day Indiana Jones. She analyzes satellite imagery in order to find ancient sites hidden from view. With GlobalXplorer, an online platform using the power of the crowd to fi...

MIT CSAIL’s robotic fish can independently swim with real fish

A 3-D printed head full of electronics, flexible plastic, silicone rubber, a camera, a motor, and a lithium polymer battery like the one found in smartphones all help this lightweight robotic fish explore the ocean fo...

The Aurora Named STEVE

For the first time, scientists have ground and satellite views of STEVE (short for Strong Thermal Emission Velocity Enhancement), a thin purple ribbon of light. Scientists have now learned, despite its ordinary name, ...

Are there aliens out there?

Life began on the Earth around 3.5 billion years ago. Has the same thing happened somewhere else in the universe? On an icy moon? On a planet in the Goldilocks zone of a distant star? Imagine if hypothetical aliens we...

Making The Impossible Possible in VR | How She Works

Kate Wurzbacher has pioneered VR live-action capture since the earliest days of Here Be Dragons, FKA Vrse.works. As Head of Camera, she’s been on-set for over 30 shoots in locations spanning from Raja Ampat to Islamab...

Building a prosthetic arm with parts from a LEGO Technic Air Race Jet

David Aguilar has built with LEGO since he was a kid. At nine years old, he built a prosthetic LEGO arm to augment his underdeveloped right arm, but the LEGO pieces weren't strong enough to meet the needs of his desig...

Where does Space begin?

How far away is Space from where you are at this moment? How much closer is it when you're flying in a plane? And how close is the International Space Station to Earth if we can spot it in the sky? Travel up, up, u...

Falcon Heavy & Starman, a montage of SpaceX’s historic test flight

On February 6, 2018, SpaceX successfully launched a heavy-lift rocket called Falcon Heavy, making it "the world's most powerful booster since NASA's Saturn V." For dummy payload, a Tesla Roadster belonging to SpaceX f...

The longest fidget spinner spin ever + the world’s smallest fidget spinner

With a wheel-shaped fidget spinner that was specially made by 50 people at Mitsubishi over the course of six months, a Guinness World Record was set for Longest Duration Spinning a Fidget Spinner on One Hand. The acco...

A bioluminescence expert catches a jumbo squid on camera for Blue Planet II

How do you catch sight of a jumbo squid deep underwater? Travel down in a submersible, use red light to see—most deep-sea creatures can't see red light—and then, to attract larger predators, flash the 'SOS' light patt...

A fast-paced tour of Germany’s Miniatur Wunderland model train exhibit

Take a fast-paced tour of nine tiny theme worlds and the incredible toy trains running on over 15 kilometers (9.3 miles) of tracks through them. This is Hamburg, Germany's Miniatur Wunderland, which, as of 2011, is th...

Christian Moullec flies his microlight with the birds

French bird enthusiast and microlight pilot Christian Moullec has been flying with birds for years, first as a guide for migrating lesser white-fronted geese in their journey from Germany to Sweden, and now also as a ...

The Exhale Bionic Chandelier: Microorganism-filled ‘leaves’ that ‘breathe’

An air purifier, an art object, and a piece of lighting design all in one living, 'breathing' chandelier. This is London-based inventor and bioengineer Julian Melchiorri's Exhale Bionic Chandelier, a microorganism-fil...

Curiosity at Martian Scenic Overlook, a panorama image of its 5 year journey

Tour Mars' Gale Crater from the vantage point of NASA's Curiosity Rover at Vera Rubin Ridge. In this video, project scientist Ashwin Vasavada points out geographical features and the rover's path within this composite...

“Balloons look really weird when they resonate.” – Steve Mould

What is the resonant frequency of a balloon? Steve Mould hooked up a balloon to a scientific vibration generator to find out. Resonating balloons look really odd on camera. What you see is a sort of slow motion. ...

Photographing the Real Life of Bees, behind-the-scenes with Anand Varma

We've watched lots of bee videos, we see bees in our garden, we read about bees in childhood stories. With all of that, it can be easy to think that we know all about honey bees. How can we think of bees in a way that...

Magnetic fields make this tiny robot roll, jump, swim, and wriggle

This very small elastic strip is a robot that can walk, roll, jump, swim, and wriggle like a worm. Infused with magnetic particles, it responds to the strength and direction of magnetic fields surrounding it. As scien...


 
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