Science

The Pokemon Tree of Life explains Pokelution

Where do Pokemon come from? A question every aspiring gamer parent fears to answer one day as the Pokeworld can be quite convoluted at times with the addition of so many new monsters with

Do you want to go to Mars?

Oh hey there, just your local astrophysicist in training letting you know that you can go to Mars. Well, sort of. Starting December 14th, NASA will be accepting applications from those

Kickstarter: Covalence – a game where you can bond

Oh, tabletop games. There seems to be a lot of them nowadays for kids and adults to come together to bond. There are just so many to choose from now

DARPA makes AutoMail a reality: Robotic limb that moves with thought

So DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, has managed to not only create a robotic limb that can reactivate the sense of touch to a lost limb, but it also

New robot social group wants Mars first

After it was reported that Mars contained water, there had been several groups clamoring about its possible habitability. In the next coming years, our scientists are already strategizing ways to

Mars: NASA finds current signs of liquid water

Image by NASA/JPL/University of Arizona Science! Are we actually one step closer to having a real-life Total Recall? Perhaps Matt Damon being stranded on Mars isn’t a bad thing? We’re not

Neil deGrasse Tyson promotes The Martian in new video

If there’s a sure sign that nerd culture is slowly taking over the world, it’s the fact that we are somehow using the words “celebrity” and “astrophysicist” in the same

Paul Feig and Other Space are asking for your help to reclassify Pluto as a planet

Yahoo! television series Other Space are working with Change.org to plead with the International Astronomical Union (IAU) to reconsider Pluto as a planet! With the news of New Horizons reaching

Transferring mind from body to body possible?

Self/less is now out in theaters and it deals with “shedding,” the process of putting a person’s mind into another person’s body. Caltech’s Dr. Wolfgang Fink, a Neuroscientist, was on-hand

Samsung may have found a way to almost double your phone’s battery life

Yesterday, Samsung announced that they have developed a new technology that involves coating Graphene onto a silicone surface to produce higher energy density. Applying this technology to lithium batteries, like the

Asteroid named after Leonard Nimoy

The late great Leonard Nimoy has been immortalized by way of an asteroid being named in his honor. Asteroid 4864 has been renamed 4864 Nimoy in honor of the great

‘The Big Bang Theory’ offering scholarships to UCLA students

It looks like one of the biggest shows on television is branching out to scholarships for college. The Big Bang Theory creator Chuck Lorre started the Big Bang Theory Scholarship

Natalie Portman in talks to star in sci-fi film, Annihilation

Photo from Thor: The Dark World Hm, what’s this? A new sci-fi movie? Ex Machina director Alex Garland has been eyeing Natalie Portman to star in his newest film, Annihilation.

Neil deGrasse Tyson’s StarTalk premieres April 20

Are you craving for more Neil deGrasse Tyson on TV? He will have his own talk show called StarTalk, where he interviews guests including George Takei, Christopher Nolan, Twitter founder Biz Stone, Bill

Interstellar gives us a bite-size science education!

With the anticipation of its Blu-ray release next Tuesday, Paramount Pictures has released a fun text-adventure game and a website that gives us a little lesson about the science behind Interstellar

New series iZombie to premiere March 17th

Recently, the official iZombie Twitter account, @CWiZombie, posted about a new show coming to The CW. iZombie is a new series based off of the comic book by Chris Roberson

Homer Simpson beats scientists to the Higgs boson

Is the Springfield nuclear power plant safety officer smarter than he is letting on? If he was able to outwit some of the brightest minds on the plant, then yes,

Here’s the list of 18 dinosaurs that will appear in Jurassic World

The original Jurassic Park that released back in the early 1990s blew everyone’s minds when they featured the Velociraptor, Triceratop, Brachiosaurus, and finally the Tyrannosaurus Rex. I was still a

The Science Channel’s Are We Alone? Week

The Science Channel will engage in their 4th annual Are We Alone? Week this coming Monday, March 2nd. The event will run through Friday, March 6th and will air both

San Diego Comic-Con tickets on sale

So, the time has come. The life changing, difficult, war worthy challenge has come to get Comic-Con tickets. Yes, that’s right folks. This Saturday, February 21st, San Diego Comic-Con tickets