8 remedies for common illnesses that actually work
Not everything your parents passed down is useless.
On Feb 5, 2015 by Michelle Jaworski
ASAPScience made a love song for saps and scientists alike
"Just like an atom, don't rip us apart / Unless you want a big BOOM in my heart."
On Dec 4, 2014 by Michelle Jaworski
Is it possible for humans to live on Mars?
Sure, we have a rover on the red planet now—but what about humans eventually living on it? AsapSCIENCE investigates.
On Nov 17, 2014 by Michelle Jaworski
Prominent YouTubers call out the platform’s problem with privilege
Why are the top content creators all white, cisgendered men?
On Oct 23, 2014 by Rae Votta
This is what your brain looks like on MDMA
So that's why the party crowd loves it so much.
On Oct 16, 2014 by Michelle Jaworski
Popular vloggers speak out against homophobia on YouTube
Watch the whole video, and renew your faith in the Internet's science community.
On Jun 11, 2014 by Aja Romano
The 10 most influential YouTube channels of 2013
In a year of pranks and fails, these are the channels and creators that left the biggest mark on YouTube this year—and not always for the better.
On Dec 31, 2013 by Austin Powell
YouTube is reinventing science education
There's a new scientific revolution on YouTube, where creators are explaining the extraordinary science at work in our ordinary lives.
On Nov 20, 2013 by Simon Owens
A scientific explanation of “Morning Wood”
YouTube's tutorialists asapSCIENCE continue to tackle life's most-pressing questions, one whiteboard video at a time.
On Nov 14, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
The real science behind a zombie apocalypse
YouTube's asapSCIENCE breaks down the type of virus it would take to create a real-life zombie apocalypse. The answer? Rabies.
On Oct 29, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
AsapSCIENCE explains “Your Brain on Drugs: Marijuana”
Best. Tutorial. Video. Ever.
On Oct 3, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger
AsapSCIENCE answers life’s most pressing questions on YouTube
Through white board presentations and scholarly research, Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown crack the science of orgasms, hangovers, and naps.
On Sep 18, 2012 by Chase Hoffberger