Self-assembled nanotubes that conduct current when illuminated take us one step closer to cheap molecular photonic devices.
Material customized for NASCAR crash safety is now eyed as an impact absorber for carnage-prone spots on U.S. highways.
A new way to print devices made of diverse materials could prove to be an invaluable tool in making nanoscale electronics and optics.
New fabrication technology improves memory capacity without increasing chip size.
Working replicas of vintage computers speak to the geek in us all.
Researcher can now make exact copies of carbon nanotubes, potentially overcoming one of the greatest obstacles to widespread applications of the nanomaterials.
An IBM supercomputer forecasts weather down to a one-kilometer resolution.
The second part of our interview with Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of C++.
Prominent physicist Freeman Dyson recalls the time he spent developing analytical methods to help the British Royal Air Force bomb German targets during World War II.
A collection of online editing applications lets people do more than just watch and share video.