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Dr Tara Shears explains why antimatter is one of the greatest mysteries in science.

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D3O materials in their raw state flow freely when moved slowly, but on shock, lock together to absorb and disperse energy, before instantly returning to their flexible state. This technology is leading the next step of impact protection.

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At 5 times the size of a honey bee, these bugs are probably one of the most vicious bugs youll ever see!

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You know it is important since the largest and most expensive scientific experiment has been searching for it, but what exactly is it "Higgs Boson"? Can you explain it using only plain language?

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Using brain waves and eye movement from REM sleep, this robot can mimic your body position in your dreams. Entitled “Sleep Waking”, this robot is on display at Exit Art as part of the exhibition BrainWaves: Common Senses.

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"Elephant Toothpaste" can be made through the combination of hydrogen peroxide, potassium iodide, and dish soap.

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See how the seahorse's curiously curved trunk, bent head, and long snout help it to catch its dinner.

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Debbie Berebichez is the first Mexican woman to earn a PhD in physics at Stanford University. In this video she explains how time reversal works and its possible application.

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Specialized quills give hedgehog-like striped Tenrecs a unique way of finding their family. Narrated by David Attenborough.

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When the moon passes through the Earth's shadow, it causes the moon to look very unusual for a short period of time. This event is called a lunar eclipse, and it occurs roughly twice a year.

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