The Environmental Wonderland

Climate change has been dubbed “a mega risk” in scientific literature. No one in particular has caused it, yet it affects everyone. Rising average temperatures on earth due to Greenhouse gas emissions, as well as decreasing snow cover and rising sea levels have had a tangible and visual effect on human societies and a wide […]

Could Asteroid Mining Fuel Deep Space Travel?

If we want to colonize space, we have to figure out how to generate a large supply of life sustaining resources. The most important being water. The good news is, traces of water have been detected throughout our solar system. And asteroids may hold the most accessible abundance of water that we know of. There […]

Silane-Modified Polymers

Nowadays adhesives are replacing traditional fasteners for joining two components. Bonding imposes less strain on materials than does bolting or riveting. And bonding is quick — a significant issue in many applications. Therefore adhesives have established themselves in many segments from construction to industrial applications. The future belongs to adhesives and sealants that offer the […]

Drinking wine after climate change means drinking rare bottles

This is wine no one in the world has ever tasted. – It has a beautiful color, a very intense color. And we’ll be drinking this in the future. – It’s fresh. It’s intense. Because our favorite wines are under threat of extinction. Across the world, warmer temperatures are affecting everything we grow. Farmers and […]


music Hello, friends! We’re finally going to Pripyat half a year past since we wanted to go there again it should have been early spring, but it’s late autumn already So, we’re going to Pripyat, 20 minutes till we go put we sit in the car and drive until the border with the exclusion zone […]

How the IMF’s economists make predictions | CNBC Reports

We’re at the global headquarters of the International Monetary Fund in Washington, DC. Every six months, the IMF publishes a report called the World Economic Outlook, where it gives a forecast for the global economy. Forecasts like these are a big undertaking. So how are they made? We’re going to give you a behind-the- scenes look inside the process. We […]

Stanford Climate Solutions

(soft music) – Stanford University. – Climate change is no longer theoretical. It’s here. Atmospheric CO2 is 40% higher than in preindustrial times. Heat waves are more intense. Droughts are more severe. Wildfire risk is up. Sea levels are rising. Heavier rains are causing devastating floods. Infectious diseases are spreading as mosquito habitat zones expand. […]

Map of Computer Science

We built computers to expand our brains. Originally scientists build computers to solve arithmetic, but they turned out to be incredibly useful for many other things as well: running the entire internet, lifelike graphics, artificial brains or simulating the Universe, but amazingly all of it boils down to just flipping zeros and ones. Computers have […]