Sometimes, even the great, pivotal figures in science don't get their due. In today's very special "Ask a Physicist," I'll introduce you to Emmy Noether, one of the most important thinkers you might not have heard of.
Baptiste Dubanchet, from the city of Tours, in central France, is protesting against the wastage of food by only eating the stuff that people throw away. 25-year-old Baptiste is an environmentalist with a master’s degree in sustainable development.
By now, you've probably seen endless iterations of the reaction between Mentos and Diet Coke, but here's one we never expected. This fellow donned a suit of Mentos and sat over a dunk tank of soda. Eruptions ensued.
Maria Malone-Guerbaa, a London mother-of-two, has the ability to transform herself into a number of famous faces through her unique make up style (In pictures: Make-up artist transforms herself into celebrity faces
Getting excited for the World Cup? The whole world is! So much so that they're doing ridiculous things like playing soccer with flaming coconuts that basically shoot out flames whenever they kick it around.
Debi Nubatonis, a woman from Oenunto village, Indonesia, has baffled doctors and scientists with her claim – she says that she went through a full-term pregnancy, only to give birth to a bouncing, healthy baby gecko lizard!
Robotics professor Hiroshi Ishiguro has unveiled what he says is the world's first news-reading android — eerily lifelike and possessing a sense of humor to match her perfect language skills. Read more...
In a bid to make himself instantly recognizable, an Indian real estate agent has surrounded himself with the colors red and white. The man is so obsessed with these colors that they feature in all his clothes, in his car, and his home.
A lot of success stories can be attributed to hard work, luck and timing. Sometimes people have come up with groundbreaking ideas find someone else beat them to the punch. Check out these 9 trailblazers left out of the spotlight.