Read this awesome Q&A with one of the greatest Black mathematicians of our time.
The theoretical physicist offered some ‘fresh perspectives’ in this interview from 2019.
It’s not every day the world gets to see Uranus and 20th January has opened up a great chance for everyone to catch a glimpse.
It’s like balancing an egg on its bottom except the Gömböc is much more unique as this video explains.
Thanks to tensegrity, you can rest a dumbbell on a table help up by strings. No, I’ve not been drinking any eggnog or wine, why?
Death after 21 minutes of free falling? There could be worse ways to go and none involving black holes.
Richard Feynman is one of the most famous scientists of all time but what made him so loved?
Computer scientist and physicist Stephanie Wehner wants to create a new quantum internet, swapping bits for the qubits.
Known for his belief in the possibility of time travel, Ronald Mallett has fought adversity and stayed true to his ideology.
NASA will rename its DC headquarters in honour of Mary W. Jackson.
With a few hundred lines of code, Chris Williams of The Register gives an illustrated view of nuclear fission.
Kurzgesagt answers a very important question about nuclear weapons and the answer is harrowing. According to the organisation, the world holds 15,000 nuclear bombs (with most of them in the hands of the US and Russia). So what would happen if they all went off at the same time? Kurzgesagt couldn’t find an adequate source …