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.
Lots of mattress advertisements talk about their beds as feeling like you're floating on air, but they're all just pretenders compared to this maglev bed that really does keep you up above the ground.
It's a sign of true love when you never want to be without each other. Dave Hurban clearly feels the love for his iPod Nano — taking the unusual step of drilling holes in his arm to house magnets that will keep his Nano ever ready.
How does a rare earth supermagnet react when dropped through a plastic tube? Nothing unusual here. But what if the magnet is dropped through a copper tube? It slows down and almost hovers before falling through the tube. Check it out in the video below.