When it comes to scientific innovation, sometimes brilliant discoveries are the result of accidents and mistakes. Here are some examples of how our world is a better place because things didn’t go as planned.
There’s a lot of history being made these days, and science is making some history, too. Let's dig in to why the recent SpaceX launch was so historic.
Production of food, like many daily needs of humans, has a ripple effect on a myriad of other things. Cattle ranches are a food-related industry linked to some pretty big chunks of land, along with the deforestation needed to facilitate their work. Scientists are working on meat alternatives to give consumers less environmentally stressful options. How do burgers impact the environment?
Every now and then, scientists work on something so big that it catches a lot of attention for its size alone. That's exactly what today's story is all about. To begin the story, we must start with a really big question. Why make the world's biggest plane?
As science and technology grow, so do the possibilities of how we humans communicate with one another. For example, only two decades ago it was nearly impossible to send a friend a photo of where you were standing, waiting for them, in real time. This leads people to ask a pretty big question though - When will communications technology be implanted in humans?