Today, you’ll learn about the benefits of shading rooftop gardens with solar panels, caffeine’s dark secrets, and how the first image from the James Webb telescope promises a great run for Hubble’s successor.
Learn about how drugs like Ritalin and Adderall actually make you “focus,” how tech companies are using lava lamps to make computers more secure, and why new life discovered at the bottom of the ocean opens up new possibilities for finding life on Mars.
Learn about why your biggest regret is the thing you didn’t do; the tallest mountains on Earth; and the Deep Web.
Brand new documentaries and series on discovery+ include ENDANGERED, produced and narrated by Ellen DeGeneres, which follows the effort of dedicated wildlife conservationists across the globe as they work to compile the latest version of The Red List.
Learn about why there’s no such thing as a sugar rush; why it took more than 40 years to see NASA’s high-resolution images of the Moon; and, how dogs use referential signals to communicate with humans.
Today, you’ll learn about how cultures across the world often make constellations from the same groups of stars due to the nature of vision and perception, what to do when an animal tries to steal your food during a picnic on the beach, and drones smaller than a red blood cell that can be controlled using only the power of light.
Learn how your tongue can tell the difference between a rock and a fossil; why you might be able to travel through some black holes without dying; and how you can do a better job of advocating for yourself, with some help from happiness expert Stella Grizont.
Today, you’ll learn about trippy psychedelic drugs that could alter everything we know about mental health, a glacier on Mount Everest that is literally blowing away, and an object in the far reaches of our solar system that may or may not be there.
Here are some goals we need to achieve if we want to reach our 500,000th birthday as a species.
Today, you’ll learn about how the next step in nuclear fusion is actually a real estate question, how the death of our sun would be a beautiful thing to see if we were around to witness it, and how an athlete’s desire for perfection can lead to them burning out with their sport altogether.
As the battle to save species across the world wages on, conservation efforts are becoming more and more technological in tracking, monitoring and collecting data.And perhaps one of the most advanced techniques is currently being deployed by NASA, an unlikely ally in the fight to save sharks.
Ten years ago scientists at the Large Hadron Collider had finally found evidence for the elusive Higgs boson, a particle that plays a central role in physics. And since then…we haven’t found much.
How does Santa make it to all the children in the world in one night? Can flying reindeer travel at the speed of light?Dive into the physics behind this Christmas tale.
This month, stream what you love on discovery+. From CRIKEY! to JOSH GATES TONIGHT to DEADLIEST CATCH, you can find it all on the new streaming service.
There is no better time to consider the quality of the night sky and the celestial magic it embodies than during International Dark Sky Week, taking place April 22-30!