What's that smell? Join Kellie as she takes a nosedive into the science of our poop!Read More
SPS Science Briefs
Want to learn more about the sciences? Find out what’s on the minds of our members!
SPS Science Briefs are short posts on interesting science. Check in on the SPS website every fortnight for a fresh new Science Brief!
Dumbbell-Shaped Machine Decodes Polystyrene
Nanomachines. A recurring concept in sci-fi flicks. But will this ever become reality? Ryan looks at how nanomachines have began to take fruit in our society!
Single Photon Detection: Limits of the Human Eye
Eyes are remarkable organs, capable of sensing light. For most of us, they are our main conduit for interpreting the world around us. We know that when moving from a bright location to a dark area, our eyes need time to adapt to be able to see in low light...Read More
Hotter than Hot: Negative Temperatures
Absolute zero. The coldest temperature possible you can go. Is there a highest temperature you can reach?Read More
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