SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
ANCIENT EGYPTIAN PHARAOH CARVING FOUND IN LOOTING HOLE
Egyptian authorities say they caught looters digging up an ancient stone block carved with an image of a pharaoh.
WHAT IS THC?
THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the chemical responsible for most of marijuana's psychological effects.
IF WE SURVIVE ANOTHER BILLION YEARS, WHAT WILL LIFE BE LIKE?
Ever wondered how life would be one billion years from now? Well, thanks to a video by RealLifeLore, you can now visualize what could happen to the Earth and humankind if it does survive a billion years into the future.
WATCH: THIS IS THE WORLD'S MOST SOPHISTICATED HUMANOID ROBOT
Erica, the brainchild of Hiroshi Ishiguro, is already the world's most sophisticated humanoid robot and her creators aren't done developing her yet. A new NatGeo miniseries explores the role such robots will play in the distant future.
A "GAS STATION IN SPACE" COULD ALLOW US TO REACH OTHER WORLDS
Students who recently participated in the Caltech Space Challenge share their ideas on how the Moon could be mined for fuel. This would help support missions into deep space by lowering the cost and increasing the frequency of trips.
ULTRATHIN LOUDSPEAKER-MIC ALSO GENERATES ENERGY FROM MOTION
Researchers have developed a sheet-like device that acts as a loudspeaker and microphone and can generate energy from human motion.
PHYSICS: A PERFECT CLONE IS IMPOSSIBLE
MinutePhysics explores the impossibility of true cloning. Though it is possible to create genetic copies of an organism it is physically impossible to create an exact copy down to the quantum level.
COULD ZIKA VIRUS HOLD THE KEY TO FIGHTING BRAIN TUMOURS?
Zika virus could destroy brain tumours, scientists hope, as they launch the first trial to test whether the devastating disease could cure cancer.
ARE GHOSTS REAL? — EVIDENCE HAS NOT MATERIALIZED
If you believe in ghosts, you're not alone. Cultures all around the world believe in spirits that survive death to live in another realm.
SWEATING THE DETAILS: POLAR BEAR HITS THE TREADMILL FOR SCIENCE
A polar bear at the San Diego Zoo named Tatqiq recently went the extra mile to help scientific research by steadily plodding along on a treadmill at the zoo's Institute for Conservation Research.