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An accidental toy inventor’s shapeshifting designs

Hoberman sphere, like this rainbow mini sphere, is recognized by kids of all ages, and has been included in the permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art in New...

Hawk moths and The Art of Staying Stable

...They can also fly backward and keep incredibly stable when they’re jostled or knocked off balance. In this bioGraphic video by Spine Films, The Art of Staying Stable, scientist...

These stunning sea slugs steal ‘weapons’ from their ingested hydroid prey

Studios: This Adorable Sea Slug Is a Sneaky Little Thief. Check out more nudibranch photos at Fine Art America and Berkeley.edu. Then watch these videos:...

Types of Triangles, a Flocabulary math music video

math music video from the Brooklyn-based edtech team at Flocabulary. Covering math, science, language arts, social studies, life skills, and more, Flocabulary is a research-based “learning program for all grades...

A 4K LRO moon visualization set to Clair de Lune

...movements in the composer’s Suite Bergamasque, and unlike the other parts of this work, Clair is quiet, contemplative, and slightly melancholy, evoking the feeling of a solitary walk through a...

The Uminami Strandbeest

A new design that hearkens to Theo Jansen‘s original kinetic structures from the early 1990s, the PVC tube-constructed Uminami Strandbeest doesn’t get sand into its joints and requires no...

Pyrotechnics pro Jim Souza explains the art of a massive fireworks show

How do pyrotechnics experts stage professional fireworks shows for holidays and events like the Macy’s July 4th Spectacular and both the 100th and 125th anniversaries of the Statue of...

How bubble engineer Melody Yang makes mind-blowing bubbles

Blowing bubbles might seem pretty simple, but when you’ve spent a lifetime studying the science and behavior of bubbles, setting world records and creating them for audiences around the...

Fistful of Stars, a 360° experience through the lens of the Hubble Telescope

...real footage from the telescope, McNitt crafted a film that took scientific theories grounded in hard data and interpreted them through an artistic lens, making sure to consider crucial points...

Fungus: The Plastic of the Future

In 2014, Ecovative Designs was working to combine mycelium with local crop waste to make a compostable biomaterial for packaging, and continue to expand their efforts. One example: A...

Stephen Hawking explains black holes in 90 seconds

...than conducting hands-on experiments. Could someone theoretically escape from a black hole? From Muon Ray on Hawking’s lecture, filmed at the University of Southern California College of Letters, Arts and...

The Sound of Ice: Skating on thin black ice makes sci-fi movie laser sounds

and a science. A skater seeks out the thinnest, most pristine black ice possible—both for its smoothness and for its high-pitched, laser-like sounds. File under: Do not try this without...

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,...

Starling murmuration, a stunning clip from Jan van Ijken’s ‘The Art of Flying’

Murmurations, those dense clouds of whirling, pulsating, shapeshifting starling flocks, are a breathtaking dusk phenomenon. How do thousands of birds change directions and seemingly move as one without colliding?...

1000m beneath the Antarctic ice, where no human has gone before

...life-giving oxygen in deep waters across the world begins its journey from the atmosphere here. As seawater freezes around the white continent in winter, it leaves behind very cold and...

Fred Harwin hand paints highly detailed prosthetic eyes

he molds, carves, paints, and polishes one of these comprehensive replicas, a mix of art and science that takes around eight hours over four visits with the person he’s making...

How Kanazawa gold leaf is made

...for the manufacturing process, and artisans with infinite patience. These are three things that the city of Kanazawa, Japan is known for. Since the 15th century, the region has been...

Dr. Sylvia Earle, world-renowned oceanographer and explorer

Goodall and Her Chimps, Dr. Mae Jemison, NASA Astronaut, Celebrating Sally Ride, the first American woman in space, and France A. Córdova – Nautilus’ Spark of Science....

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