Nothing to do with YOLO or FOMO.
It's been years in the making, but GE has finally unveiled a prototype of a refrigerator that uses magnets and water to cool its contents.
A team of scientists create an experiment that proves the existence of magnets that only have one pole.
Ah, fashion: bending heaven and earth for the right look.
You could save orange trees, examine HIV proteins, and unravel the nature of the Universe, for a start.
When you think of a dumbbell, the image that comes to mind probably involves a metal bar with small heavy hexagons on either ends. Erase that image from your mind.
Another exciting day for kinda lethal at-home science! Fans of birthday cakes note that what you are about to see is graphic in nature.
Using magnetic nanoparticles on a water repellent surface, scientists have made water droplets move dynamically and appear to dance.
Watch as this superconducting magnet zips around a Möbius strip-shaped track from the beginning to the end.
If you think your commute sucks, imagine having to slide out to the end of a 300-foot wind turbine blade as it's spinning. Luckily, this robot can do the job so you don't have to.