This is Thomas Pryor and Navid Azodi, students at the University of Washington (Seattle, Wash.) and winners of a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT “Use it!” Undergraduate award.
This is Liz Clark and Amelia the Tropicat, her feline first mate.
Not being able to fall asleep when you need to is the worst. Fortunately, there are a lot of activities that can get you closer to falling asleep and can even be productive at the same time.
It’s hard to know what’s real and what’s fake on the Internet, and Photoshop makes that even hard to decipher fact from fiction.
Well, there’s no mystery here, as there is no editing — just creative perspective, timing, and natural beauty.
This is what happens if you throw hot water into the air in Antarctica.
If you have zits, you're not alone, as most of the population has dealt with this annoyance at one time or another.
Just because you're putting your life in their hands doesn't mean that they're superhuman. Nurses and all medical staff have their own problems and issues which they were happy to confess (anonymously, of course).
Who says a trip to the museum has to be boring?
Not Imgur user JakeMarshall91, who risked getting cursed by the Egyptian gods and possibly arrested by security at the British Museum in London where he busted out some face swaps with those of ancient times.
You know that horrible moment when you're either the passer of the gas or passing someone's gas and you try and escape the carnage.
Let’s be real here. Spiders, although small and “more scared of us than we are of them” or whatever, can be freaking scary as heck. So what did National Geographic do? Created high-speed footage that reveals the power behind the trap-jaw spider’s bite.
As it turns out, their jaws can snap at 20 mph, so sleep tight tonight!
While NASA has been able to see supernovae — exploding stars — for a while now, they hadn't been able to get video of it — until now.