Honduran ruins discovered through remote sensing.
Circular water waves always expand and disperse, right? Not in a Maxwell's fishpond, where they simply reform.
The last Soviet mission to the moon, Luna-24, returned to Earth with water-rich rocks from beneath the lunar surface. But the West ignored the result.
Bubbles sink in Guinness because of the peculiar geometry of pint glasses, say a dedicated group of researchers at the University of Limerick
The colorful, glowing crystals could prove to be useful as a surgical aid.
Why are we cramming 21st century technology into a socket designed by Edison?
Invisibility cloaks that work for microwaves are easy to make using simple building blocks. Now engineers have created the equivalent building blocks for visible light.
Researchers have been able to store single images in a cloud of rubidium atoms for several years. Now they've gone a step further
If quantum mechanics plays an important role is biology, we'll want to copy it. If it doesn't, we'll want to know why not
Chemists say exotic clusters of boron atoms should behave like rotary Wankel engines when bathed in circularly polarised light