When biomimicry opens a nozzle, it closes a loop.
The combination of information theory and crystallography should lead to a better understanding of DNA molecules, cells and perhaps even complex living things like humans
Make a hole in graphene and the material will heal itself, say materials scientists who have watched the process in action
At least two other particles could be masquerading as the God particle, according to a new analysis of the data from CERN
An unlikely group of physicists and biologists plan to build a dark matter detector out of DNA that will outperform anything available today
Nobody has ever seen a space-time crystal let alone made one. But now physicists think they know how
Physicists have worked out how to build invisibility cloaks that hide objects with the flick of a switch
The patterns whales leave on the surface of the ocean are the time-reversed equivalent of hydraulic black holes, says the researcher who has measured them with laser imaging for the first time
Planets with two suns ought to be torn apart by gravitational forces before they can form. Now astronomers think they know where these strange bodies come from
Disco balls inspired a mathematics professor's design.