What is sunlight? How is it created, and how much time does it take for it to arrive on Earth?
How does our body gain access to the vitamins it needs?
Gold is a rare metal, which is often challenging and dangerous to extract. But where does it come from?
If someone is moving clumsily, we often say he or she has two left feet. But what does our left side have to do with being clumsy?
What is the speed of sound? What happens when an object exceeds the speed of sound?
Capsaicin is the substance responsible for the spicy heat of chilli peppers.
If we take a closer look at a snowflake, we will see that it has a symmetrical, hexagonal shape. But how do they take on this shape?
There is a spot in the open ocean that is 2,688 km away from the nearest land.
Water covers about 71% of the Earth’s surface. But why are there two types of water on Earth, fresh and salt water?
Promotional video of our new native app on Android.
Mozaik has an ever-growing number of interactive 3D models, with currently over 1,200 of them accessible to users.
In 10 years we've shot films in 5 continents and now we have more than 1000 videos in more than 18 languages.
The educational solutions of Mozaik Education provide several possibilities for classroom work and learning at home.
Inventors have been long mulling over the idea of constructing a device which would work forever once it was started.
Now a museum, it used to be one of the most famous places of worship in the world, first for Christianity, then for Islam.
Lift a bottle full of rice using a few skewers.
Transport planning that involves two distinct parts of a major city is no mean feat. Especially when those two parts are on two different continents!
Who wouldn’t be familiar with solar-powered calculators or windmills? Let’s have a look at the most widespread sources of renewable energy on the planet.
This experiment shows how to make a home made compass.