This week’s video comes from a post on the PsiVid blog by Joanne Manaster. According to Joanne: How many times have you read a science-themed article from The Onion or watched a science-themed segment on The Daily Show (TDS) or The Colbert Report (CR) and remarked at how "spot on" they are?...
Beer off oil? Sounds like a great idea to me! This week’s video comes from Kevin Bonham over at the Food Matters blog. According to Kevin: I had the pleasure of visiting the (still under construction) brewing operations of a new startup nestled in the southern green mountains of Vermont, that is running a kickstarter [...]..
This week’s video comes from a post by Joanne Manaster on the PsiVid Blog. According to Joanne: Perhaps you've reached that point in the summer where your kids might be sitting around the house saying "I'm bored!" or perhaps you want them to be more engaged with the world around them...
The genius that is Tim Blais has come up with a fantastic new parody video to the tune of Eminem’s ‘Lose Yourself’. Called ‘Eminemium – Choose Yourself’, the video is a compilation of many levels of Blais, doing his own singing, rapping and background sound...
This week’s video comes from Joanne Manaster over at Psivid. According to Manaster: Epic Rap Battles of History is the creative brainchild of Epic Lloyd and Nice Peter on Youtube.
We are all well aware of the immense role that carbon plays in our lives. However, have you ever thought about the immense reservoir of carbon that exists deep beneath the earth’s surface?...
What do you get when you add a little ultraviolet to images captured by the Hubble Ultra Deep Field 2014? Some pretty amazing images. By utilizing a full spectrum of colour from ultraviolet to near infared, NASA astronomers have created the most colourful deep space images to date...
This week’s video comes from a post by Joanne Manaster on PsiVid: “It's no secret, I'm a space geek. And the other non-secret is I love when a good space travel book is turned into a movie...
I have long been a fan of the team at Untamed Science. These guys are diverse, creative and adventurous in their storytelling and video production.
This week’s video comes to us from Joanne Manaster‘s post over at PsiVid. According to Joanne: How does a mouse build a burrow, and do genes help control this behavior?
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