If you cut a grape in half and put the two halves in the microwave so that they’re touching each other, it will produce a glowing fireball.
Blow dryers show us something about physics. Here’s an experiment you can do at home. All you need is a blow dryer, and a ping-pong ball.
In their search for alien life, scientists look for gases, or combinations of gases, that should only be present if they are produced by life.
According to a recent study conducted by two pizza-eating physicists in Rome, wood-fired brick ovens are the cause of an Italian pizza’s perfection.
One of nature’s most basic and subtle shapes is the winding, back and forth S-curve of a meandering river.
In 2018 biologists reported that the elephantnose fish can sense qualities they called “electric colors.”
The kilogram was officially defined as the mass of a particular cylinder of platinum alloy cast in 1889 and stored in a special vault in France.
The chemical makeup of rubbing alcohol allows it to evaporate more quickly than other liquids.
Earth’s gravitational field is always pulling us toward the center of the Earth.
Would you believe there is a cricket that can jump on water?