Researchers Discover a Pattern to the Seemingly Random Distribution of Prime Numbers
The pattern has a surprising similarity to the one seen in atom distribution in crystals.
Meet the Researcher Making Food Out of Electricity
Juha-Pekka Pitkänen has made a powder substance you can ingest in a few different ways.
Surreal Mushroom Cloud Landscapes Look Positively Radioactive
Yoshimitsu Umekawa reflects on Japan's nuclear past through trippy neon photos made with water, light, and ink.
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Who Needs Drugs When You Can Watch Magnetic Liquid Under a Microscope
Fucking magnets, right?
Under a Microscope, Heavy Metals Look Like Crystal Kingdoms
Chemicals and equations are a glimmering audiovisual feast in this macro 4K film.
We Watched a Scientist Synthesize PCMO in a Lab
On the latest episode of 'Hamilton's Pharmacopeia,' VICE's resident drug expert tracks down a former PCP cook and tries out a variation of his recipe in the lab.
Why Artists Might Not Want Vantablack Anyway (Yet)
Anish Kapoor's "blackest black" pigment isn’t totally safe, and neither was the color that killed Napoleon.
Glassblowing Artist Combines Science and Sculpture
Kiva Ford makes chemistry sets like you've never seen.
The Absurdist Scientific Art of Dopamine Collective
Dopamine Collective’s Sean Stewarts talks science, art, and the space between the real and unreal.
How to Make Paintings from Psychedelic Drugs
"If chemistry has been neglected by visual artists, it might be explained by the simple fact that molecules are invisible." --Hamilton Morris
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Hula-Hooping Molecules Can't Stop Kissing Each Other
In Julian Glander's latest episode of 'PLEASE LOOK AT ME,' a professor attempts to create a weaponized super molecule for the Pentagon, but true love gets in the way.
In New York, Even the Orgies Are Getting Gentrified
A new wave of erotic parties catering to 1 percenters and the "sexual elite" has made group sex trendy again.