It may be summer, but it’s never too early to get in the spirit of science!
No longer just a ball of tears, the Smile Ball is here to change the way you think about onions.
Osaka University’s PnueHound looks as excited to see us as we are to see it.
Ever wonder why cockroaches are so shiny? Well, let’s put our fears aside and learn a little more about one of the urban human’s greatest foes.
As long as it’s with regards to Newton’s laws of motion and electromagnets, research shows curiosity does not kill the cat after all.
Japanese Twitter alights over one of the great mysteries of the cat world.
In addition to a second rocket landing at sea, SpaceX put a Japanese satellite in geosynchronous transfer orbit.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one: So a pair of great tits walk into a bar and start chatting…
Celebrity inventor and “Greatest Scientist in History” Dr. NakaMats throws his support behind the Republican front-runner in the form of the mightiest weapon known to man: Guard Wig.
These are a step above some other “holographic” Pokémon cards you might’ve seen before.
The only thing necessary for the triumph of noisy drinking straws is for good men to do nothing. Thankfully, Kotaro Takahashi is taking action, and Kyoto University has his back.
In an effort to beat the recent cold snap that befell Japan, our writer Ahiru Neko discovered Edible Kairo (Edible Heat Packs) but got a little carried away.
A Fukui University team has discovered a connection between a child’s development and the amount of bacteria in a mother’s intestines – even after birth.
Another day, another wild North Korean claim, but is it science fiction, or a genuine scientific miracle?
A research group from the Kyushu Institute of Technology have announced that they have successfully read certain words and letters from people’s minds without them saying anything.
A recent article published in the Journal of the Ocean Science Foundation unveiled this black beauty as a new species with one badass name: Ninja Crow Shark!
Lovers of science, color, and pretty, shiny things in general will also love this beautiful “Spectrum Cube” necklace!
Who will win this epic battle between Johannes Kepler and Demon King Piccolo?
Now in its third year of testing, the artificial intelligence just earned its best mock entrance exam score yet.
Every year, tech giants like Apple, Samsung and HTC give us more features and better, often bigger, displays to look forward to in our smartphones. But so far they still haven’t managed to come up with a way to tackle perhaps the most common problem users have, which is dropping your phone and cracking the screen.
However one research team at Tokyo University is hoping to change that by creating glass that is nearly indestructible. If the team achieves its goal, the glass could be used in everything from buildings to consumer electronics as soon as 2020.