Scientists created solar cells so thin, flexible and lightweight that they could be placed on top of a soap bubble without breaking it.
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When it gets really cold outside, at -25C/-13F, soap bubble mixtures freeze faster than they pop, making for some very fascinating effects! Watch the video…
In his project “Iridient” Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner has explored the art of the bursting bubble. The soap air bubbles are immortalized at the moment
‘Cloud cities’ from Argentinian-born and German-based artist Tomás Saraceno’s, is currently on display at Hamburger Bahnhof Museum für Gegenwart in Berlin. A collection of geometric,
Until now, the wing colors of many flies and wasps were dismissed as random iridescence. But they may be as distinctive and marvelous as the