Clouds that lase are the first Earth-based versions of lasers that occur naturally in space, say researchers
In January, a year-long calculation proved there are no 16-clue puzzles in Sodoku, confirming the long held belief that the smallest number of starting clues a puzzle can contain is 17
Advances from an unlikely place--Cornell’s clothing researchers.
Physicists thought they could never measure the foam-like structure of spacetime. Now one theoretical physicist says it can be done using a laser and a block of glass
Solvents can cause problems in the manufacture of conducting polymer circuits. The answer is laser printing, say researchers
Now you can pick up and move micrometre-scale particles using your hands and arms thanks to a Kinect-controlled device called HoloHands
Pain-less Band-Aids may be in our future.
Google Earth reveals an 8 km line of artificial grid-like structures in the Chinese desert. Now one researcher says she know why it's there
The surprise discovery of new way to accelerate the evaporation of oil could help clean up spills and desalinate water.
"Smart rubber" speakers save on width without skimping on bass.