Curious about what a 900mph ping-pong ball does to a piece of wood? The answer is here.
And what is the fish thinking about? Spoiler: food.
Can you believe something this beautiful happens 182 days a year?
It's a GIF. Or a video? It's kinda fun, anyway. Get ready to see looped, lightly edited video in your Twitter feed.
When robots are cheap, why not build an army of them?
Close looks at an immune reaction, competing sperm, and kidney cells win prizes in Nikon's microvideography contest.
Safe from impact, safe from extreme temperatures, and just plain fun to watch
Jacob Ward, editor-in-chief of Popular Science, has some questions about humanoid rescue robots.
It's not going to replace your home outlet, but for campers or anyone who wants to venture a little bit off the grid, the Nectar fuel cell looks like a solid option.
A super weird, rubbery non-Newtonian fluid that could be the next great material to protect your gadgets.
A project spanning robotics, computer science, developmental psychology, and machine learning aims to figure out how one-year-olds learn to interact with the world.
A buddy that makes playlists for you.
Austin-based TrackingPoint shows off its new 'precision guided firearms' that allow the shooter to choose the shot before pulling the trigger.
Fitness trackers need to get smart before they can really help us. And the Basis Band might be the first one to really get it. We spoke to Basis and got a little video demo for you guys at CES 2013.