Microscopic and chemical analyses of the elusive and mysterious hair ice have finally revealed its secret: fungus.
Could a common fungus found in decaying soil, leaves and fruit power aircraft? Scientists from Washington State University think so.
If you're on the fence about letting Amazon show you ads in exchange for $50 off your phone, don't be. You'll hardly even notice them.
If this "biological drone" drone crashes, it can decompose without leaving a trace. "No one would know if you'd spilled some sugar water or if there'd been an airplane there."
Suspicions are spreading on YouTube and elsewhere that the space agency saw something odd in orbit that it might not want to share with the world. We went ahead and asked about it.
Automatically water your lawn for under $100 with this cheap DIY hack.
The "Game of Thrones" title sequence goes to the science side when King's Landing, Winterfell and Mereen get replaced with beautiful time-lapse footage of mold growing.
A self-described astrobiologist is asking a federal judge to compel NASA to take a closer look at a mysterious Martian object.
Edible Growth revealed a little snack consisting of a 3D-printed, insect flour shell, and a filling that grows itself from seeds, mushroom spores and yeast. It takes three to five days to harvest the snack, though, making it the longest you'll ever have to wait to satisfy your weirdo food cravings.
On today's show, Ashley and Producer Logan discuss HTC's new VR headset, listen to a pianist play music with a fungus, and debate the merits of a 3D-printed snack that grows its own organic filling.