Fans vs. non-fans of “Harry Potter”: What can your eye movement say about your ability to process new words? That’s why Dr. Chris Hand and Dr. Joanne Ingram put magic under the microscope.
An ex-student of Ilvermorny and in hiding from the magical world, Ms. Frizzle illegally used her magic to teach science to No-Maj children.
Science is one step closer to bringing invisible attire into Muggle reality!
“Harry Potter” fans have always dreamed of living in the wizarding world. With the latest technological breakthroughs, could Muggles someday live with magic?
There’s a new “Harry Potter” constellation in a series of constellations representing contemporary icons and intended to get young people excited about astronomy!
The scientific community has never been afraid to get their geek on when it comes to the nomenclature of brand-new discoveries.
Imagine if someone told you that in the time it takes the average person to go grocery shopping, you could completely reread “Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets”? Say hello to Spritz, the app that’s aiming to make that possible.