‘Science and Nature’
Can touch your tongue to your eyeball or lick your elbow? We know of a few animals and at least 1 person who can. Read on to take a lick at this tongue-twisting math!
Cheetah cubs are cute, especially the ones in this picture. But it might be a little difficult to have one as a pet. Read on to see how much math there is in keeping up with cheetahs!
Ever wonder how big a dinosaur egg was? Well even if you didn’t, we now know thanks to an amazing find of 43 of them in China. Read on to crack the math behind this cool discovery!
What can you make with a computer and a bunch of digital bouncy balls? Music, of course! Read on to see how one group did the music math and timed it right to create a mathematically musical masterpiece.
It’s Mother’s Day, and what better way to celebrate it than to see how all kinds of mothers work hard! Read on to do the mommy math in the animal world.
How strong are you? Do you think you could pull something that’s 100 times as heavy as you? Read on to meet MicroTugs – tiny robots that can pull 2,000 times their own weight! – and see how they do the math without a sweat.
People will try all kinds of things to get more miles out of each tank of gas. Read on to see how the guys at Mysthbusters did the math and found out the latest, craziest way to get your car to go the extra mile!
It’s cool to look up in the sky and see a rainbow. What’s even neater is to see 4 at once, which happened the other day! Read on to do the colorful math behind this quadruple rainbow.
What could be better than a glazed donut with sprinkles? A flying glazed donut with sprinkles, of course! Read on to see how one donut soars above the rest – and do the delicious donut math.
Think that plants can’t add it up? Think again! Read on to see how these fancy plants prove that they know how to do the math.