Why do bubbles pop when you touch them? This video explores the science behind bubbles and shows an experiment you can try when you're washing up!


Do you think your mobile phone is clean? In this science experiment, some British teenagers discover how dirty their phones really are.


Have you ever wondered what happens in the teenage brain? Read and find out.


Aeroplane wings, offshore wind turbines and sports equipment may all be able to repair themselves soon with this incredible new technology.


Do you know why the ocean is salty? If not, watch this video and you'll find out. You learn something new every day on LearnEnglish Teens! ;) 


How is a millipede similar to Robin Hood? Read this and find out!


A research study has looked into what happens inside your brain while you read and listen to music. 


According to Dr Nick Hawes, the future of robots is going to be huge. Here he explains the challenges.


How many different emotions do you think you can communicate to people with your face? Do you have the same facial expressions as people from different cultures? Read this to find out what scientists have just discovered about this fascinating topic.


A team of scientists are developing a system to check dangerous rumours that appear in social media. Read the article to find out more.