Not only are they better than yours, they use lasers.
Crash Course Big History explores the origin of all species on the planet — and those not around.
The Antares rocket explodes spectacularly seconds after liftoff, destroying equipment bound for the International Space Station.
Whether it's a breakup or a loss — some things you want to forget, and science can help.
Filmmaker Casey Neistat shares his opinions on Google Glass while wearing Google Glass.
Watch Google's Senior VP of Knowledge Alan Eustace break the previously-held record for a near-space dive.
The all-new BMW M3 is lighter than ever. It's almost surprising how light it is.
Not only can you stand in front of your microwave — you can put metal in it too.
Gav and Dan make the internet's best memes even better with super slow motion.
Hopefully you never need to use this outside of the gym.
The app math teachers hope you never find.
Weighing in at 1,014 pounds, this 2,624-foot firework set a world record over the Konosu sky.
Not only is it real, but it's also scalable. The wheel finally has reason to worry.
AsapSCIENCE explains the EDM phenomenon.
Aaron Carroll explains why the answer is yes.
We sure hope not.
No, it isn't dangerous. No, it's not going to give you cancer.
Crash Course Big History attempts to answer one of the biggest questions: where did life come from?
You've never seen downward dog like this.
Listen to one of the greatest voices of our generation describe how Ebola evolved to affect humans.