The Cornell Ornithology Lab and National Geographic are on a quest to document and understand this feat of evolution.
From data visualizations to interactive video projections, many of today's groundbreaking artists are working with software.
Urban farming reaches new heights in the latest video from The Perennial Plate web series.
The U.S. Brewers Foundation celebrates the American beer industry's contributions to soctiey.
Patrik Wallner, known for his skate videos, spent his week off shooting this three-minute escape.
A documentary about the global movement of young, female activists known for their bold protest tactic: nudity
Amanda Ghassaei transforms digital audio files from Nirvana, New Order, and more, into playable 12" records.
Nead a break from politics? Watch professional divers take the sport to breathtaking heights in this stunning video.
Seb Toots hits the slope of Mt. Royal, in a park just next to the city's downtown.
A French scientist has spent the past 15 years studying the physics of his country's most famous beverage.
For the 150-year anniversary of the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, Smithsonian magazine recreates the historic tableau.
From the Big Bang to the dawn of the 21st century, this video from Now This News reflects on the roller coaster ride of existence.
London's Big Ben and other iconic cityscapes seem tiny when filmed through the glass bubble of a snow globe.
The classic poem comes to life with Santa Claus, real reindeer, and a soundtrack of early cylinder audio recordings.
Meet the folks at GunsSaveLife.com, an Illinois nonprofit
A look at the science of gift giving
16 years after Sagan's death, Joel Somerfield brings the scientist's famous monologue to life.
National Geographic travels to Port Macquarie, Australia, a few hours from Sydney, to visit the 40-year-old refuge for wild koalas.
Just kidding! "Best of" lists are dumb. This is better.
Jörg Brüggemann's photographs document the worldwide popularity of metal culture.