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5.1.19

Scientists Gave Wolves Touchscreens to See If They're Friendlier Than Dogs

Who gives out more treats, dogs or wolves?

4.10.19

I Spent a Week Riding Absolutely Everywhere on a Segway

From tourist spots to a meeting at the office, I wanted to understand whether being on a Segway feels as ridiculous as it looks.

11.2.18

I Tried to Bribe as Many People as Possible in Five Days

An investigation into the power of money.

11.29.17

I Tried to Eat Thrown Out Food for a Week

Two new apps want to be UberEATS meets dumpster diving, so I tested them out.

11.22.17

Chemtrails conspiracy theorists are sending death threats to climate scientists

Scientists are about to test technology that could reduce global warming. But conspiracy theorists are sending them death threats.

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7.13.17

Ravens Are So Smart, One Hacked This Researcher's Experiment

Researchers had to remove the bird because they were worried it’d teach the others.

5.10.17

Graphic, Fleshy Sculptures Confront the Abuse of Black Bodies

Doreen Garner's visceral sculptures interrogate the history of medical experimentation on Black Americans.

2.5.17

Just In Time for Super Bowl 51, Here's Slo-Mo Footage of an Exploding Football

Are you ready for some (exploding) football?

1.25.17

Can Playing Trance Music Actually Help Grow Embryos?

We tested the controversial theory on a pair of Magic Growing Snowman.

10.27.16

How Two Trauma Surgeons Are Trying to Save More Shooting Victims

Two Temple University Hospital surgeons believe that more gunshot victims would survive if they're given a less invasive treatment in the ambulance and plan to test this hypothesis out on patients in Philadelphia.

9.26.16

Here's What Happened When a German Reporter Took a Bunch of Hard Drugs on TV

RTL reporter Jenke von Wilmsdorf's latest gonzo experiment feels like the craziest night out you could imagine.

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