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15 of the best science podcasts that will make you smarter

Podcasts are more popular every year, which means there's a wealth of audio storytelling to listen to — and many options to choose from.<p>We're here to help.<p>Whether you need something to listen to on your commute or just want a brain-boost while you pick up around the house, you can always trust a …

Artificial Intelligence

The Best Science Sites Of 2016 – So Far

Here’s my latest my-year list.<p>You might also be interested in:<p>Here are my choices for The Best Science Sites Of 2016 – So Far (not in any order of …

Moon Landing

Is it bad to crack your knuckles?

It’s so satisfying, but is it dangerous? Greg Foot explains.<p>If you ‘“crack” the joints of your hand regularly, you may wonder if it’s doing any damage. Some would have it that “you’ll get arthritis” in the long-term, but is there any truth to this?<p>To find out, Greg Foot and the BritLab team …

ITA Matrix Is The Magic Cheap Flights Site You've Never Heard Of

When shopping for plane tickets, we won't settle for anything but the cheapest deal. We've got our usual lineup of fare-finding sites to check, yet a nagging feeling always leaves us wondering if we <i>really</i> found the lowest price possible. Is there any way to know for sure?<p>Yes, there is. <b>ITA Matrix is</b> …

NASA's Greased Lightning Tests Vertical Takeoff

But is it systematic, hydromatic, ultramatic?<p>The space missions get all the credit, but the Aeronautics branch of NASA does really cool stuff. Today is National Aviation Day, and to celebrate, NASA shared a picture of their GL-10 Greased Lightning drone. Consider it the little sister to the …

Newly Discovered Wasp Plugs Nest With Cork of Ant Corpses

Here’s a great home security tip from nature: if you don’t want people breaking into your house, stuff your hallway with corpses. Ideally, use the corpses of dangerous and foul-smelling people.<p>For specific hints, you need to travel to the forests of China. There, Michael Staab from the University …

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