A start-up will sell a gadget that uses springs and a magnet to recharge personal electronics.
Two computer programs accurately predict how molecules interact with metals.
What happens to trashed electronics, and what we can do about it?
Fill a narrow box with beads and set it spinning and the resulting patterns are surprising, beautiful and unexplained.
The National Cancer Institute launched 12 physical science-oncology centers.
What happens when you drop an antibubble into a vortex?
Cloaking technology used to create a region of space that allows microwaves in, but not out again
But is the latest redrawing of Mendeleev's masterpiece an improvement?
Supplies of plutonium for deep space exploration are running dangerously low.
Tomato plants exposed to nanotubes grow bigger and faster, but safety concerns remain.