Stunning archival photos of vintage NASA (and NASA predecessor NACA) facilities.
Absolutely amazing black-and-white photos of vintage NASA facilities from the 1920s-1950s.
America’s management of its wild animals has evolved, or maybe devolved, into a surreal kind of performance art.
Making of the incredible A Boy and His Atom, the world’s smallest movie made by moving actual atoms frame by frame.
At the 2013 99U Conference, Stanford Technology Ventures director Tina Seelig, author of inGenius: A Crash Course on Creativity, echoes Neil Gaiman’s timeless advice on failure and the creative life.
A wise woman once said it even better.
Also see Steve Jobs on the fear of failure.
The little-known art of beloved physicist Richard Feynman, born on May 11, 1918.
Richard Feynman, born on May 11, 1918, on the role of scientific culture in modern society – timeless, remarkably timely read.
Pair with how ignorance drives science.
For legendary physicist Richard Feynman’s birthday, his fascinating biography as a graphic novel.
Remarkable animated visualization of every meteorite since 861 AD from The Guardian.
Joe Hanson examines the sciences of what it is about music that makes us feel all those feelings. Pair with 7 essential books about music, emotion, and the brain.