Superconducting technology developed for the International Space Station could protect humans on the way to the asteroids or Mars. But will it be worth the cost?
Water-soaked grains of carbon superconduct at room temperature, claim a team of physicists from Germany
Measurements reveal powerful symmetries in the way humans move their hands, a result that may have important implications for robotics
Physicists show how Planck's law of black body radiation breaks down for nanoparticles, a discovery that could have huge implications for climate science
A development from the Vienna University of Technology
Modelling pills as if they were cellular automaton could change the way tablets are designed and made
Sometimes the most resilient designs are the ones that break easily.
Approaching maximum theoretical resolution with help from an unlikely source.