A scientist is so confident in his anti bed bug system that he released 400 of the parasites into a test chamber - and then slept in it overnight.
Flash freezing, explosive depressurization - that's how people exposed to space seem to die in Hollywood, but what would actually happen?
How many of these contraptions were you familiar with?
Lava is deadlier than Hollywood would have you believe.
Dr. Stephen Kane tell us about his research on exoplanets and how it relates to Civilization: Beyond Earth.
We talk to the developer of Plague Inc. about his thoughts on Ebola and try to recreate the outbreak in the game.
What are the most famous warships of the 20th century?
Exposing yourself to radiation and mutagens seem like a great idea in comic books and movies, but let's look at the unsurprising reality of what would actually happen to you.
In Sharknado, tornadoes are scooping sharks out of the ocean and flinging them at hapless victims. But how absurd of a concept is this, really?
Sometimes, a science faux pas takes away from a movie. Here are four science mistakes that Star Wars has made in the past that Episode VII can either address or avoid.
What are those strange lines on Europa? Why do Io's volcanoes seem to be misplaced? What is the origin of that colossal ridge on Iapetus?
Can we make a biologically believable vampire?
Scientists once believed the Earth was flat. What other silly theories were widely accepted by science in the past?
You want to travel in time? You better know your paradoxes first.
A look at some common sci-fi takes on FTL travel and how plausible they are based on the science behind them.