April 18th, 2021
Women in Tech
This is What the New Space Race Looks Like
Poppy Northcutt: The First Woman to Work in Mission Control at NASA
Poppy Northcutt, a young mathematical whiz figured out lunar orbital trajectories — and became the first woman to work in Mission Control. Her mission? Apollo.
Titan's Massive Methane Lakes Could Be Encrusted with Crystals
Scientists may have discovered that Titan, the largest of Saturn's moon, may have methane lakes encrusted with crystals.
The 10 Best Science Podcasts to Listen to Right Now
It can be difficult to sift through all of the science podcasts out there. Here, we’re breaking down the top 10 science podcasts that you should listen to.
Impossible Foods: A Look at the Science Behind Meatless Meat
Completely composed of plants, the Impossible Burger truly lives up to its name and even has the taste and texture of a typical beef burger.
The 7 Best Science Documentaries to Watch Right Now
With so many science documentaries detailing innovations and discoveries all over, we're listing the top 7 science documentaries that you need to watch!
Is China Launching an Artificial Moon?
In recent years, there have been many fascinating innovations. China may be planning to launch an artificial moon. Let's find out why.
Planet 9: What is it and Does it Even Exist?
What is Planet 9? Does it even exist? When will we discover it and can we decide on a better name? These questions and more in this episode of Quick Bytes.
Quick Bytes: What is Bioluminescence and How Does it Work?
Bioluminescence is famous for making sea shores mysteriously glow with a variety of colors. But, what actually causes this oceanic light show?
Cloud Seeding: Real Science of Weather Manipulation
Do we actually have weather manipulation technology? Was your crazy cousin Jerry right all along? Find out in this short but informative video.
Asteroid or Volcanoes? New Dinosaur Extinction Research Says "Yes"
What exactly killed the dinosaurs? Was it the asteroid? Or was it volcanic activity? Science says, "Yes, yes it was."
Plasma Flares & the Science of Microwaving Grapes
Why does microwaving grapes cause tiny explosions of plasma? Find out in this video QuickByte.
Meet Flatr, The New Flat Earther Dating App
Your eyes are not deceiving you. Flat Earthers now have their own dating app called, Flatr. Learn all about it in this video.
UPDATE: NASA's First All-Female Spacewalk Cancelled
History will be made this Friday when the first all-female team to conduct a spacewalk. Learn all about it in this short video.
16 Psyche is the Most Expensive Thing in the Universe
An astroid named 16 Psyche was found to be made almost entirely of iron and nickel and is the most expensive thing in the universe.
Are Big Dogs Smarter Than Small Dogs?
According to the University of Arizona, bigger dogs are smarter than smaller dogs. How's yours fair? Learn more in this short video.
Waking Up: Sam Harris on Mindfulness in the (Dis)Connected Age
In this exclusive full-length interview with Sam Harris, we discuss social media's impact, our haphazard approach to AI, Sam's Waking Up Course, and more.
Why Tropical Hummingbirds Swordfight With Their Faces
Explore the reasons that some male tropical hummingbirds are more adept at fighting than feeding.
How NASA is Predicting Crop Yields with Satellites
Using satellites, NASA has been monitoring the Earth for over 60 years. In their observation, they've been able to predict future crop yields with impressive accuracy.
How NASA is Solving the Space Junk Problem
We pick up trash every day, so what is so special about doing it in space? What exactly is ‘space junk’ made of, and why is it necessary to clean it up?
Quick Bytes: Tiny Turtles, Beetle Catheters, and Elderly Embryos
What do tiny turtles, beetle-based catheter research, and embryos who're old before they've developed have in common? Quick Bytes, that's what.
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