Where you one of those kids who liked to wave a magnet against your old CRT display to watch the rainbow of colors bending to your will? You certainly weren’t the only one, and a German artist is encapsulating that memory on a grander scale.
We're pretty accustomed to seeing shooting stars and meteorites here on Earth. But what do typical meteorite collisions look like on other planets? NASA recently released photos taken by the Cassini spacecraft between 2009 and 2012 that show meteorites colliding with the planet's ring system.
Astronomers now know why there’s so much water within a higher layer of Jupiter’s atmosphere, and it’s thanks to a visitor 19 years ago
Bodelin has a tool that not only turns your iOS gadget into a microscope of sorts, but also lets you take photos of your finds.
If you’ve ever felt some kind of emotion towards a robot, it’s possibly because your brain treats them similarly to how it treats humans.
If you cast your minds back, you may remember a project at MIT that transformed a typical campus building into a big game of Tetris. But it looks like Drexel University has its own classic game project to challenge MITris, only this one is much bigger.
Can you Spirograph? If not, get the motorized Lego Technic machine to do it for you.
In1971, the Soviet lander Mars 3 landed on the red planet, but only managed to transmit data for a few seconds before losing contact with Earth. But a group of space enthusiasts may have found it.
Be the envy of everyone you know with your own realistic-looking TARDIS, otherwise known as your fridge.
If your child needed surgery on their legs, but had a problem with the post-op walker, what would you do? An artist has an excellent idea involving Star Wars
If spelling isn’t your strong suit, be wary of this robot that can write out any word.
NASA takes its hunt for habitable planets up a notch by commissioning a new exoplanet-hunting satellite to launch in 2017.
If you think normal Tetris is hard, try working with stop motion chalk blocks!
If you’re not allowed to keep Lego any more because you have to act like a typical grown up and stuff (pffh), I’ve just found the perfect excuse to grab yourself a few bricks—to build a Lego bicycle!
This LED matrix uses the Twitter API to analyze tweets and figure out people's favorite colors.