Nanofabrication engineers have built the first on-chip device that exploits the Casimir effect
Jesus of Nazareth can hardly have foreseen the espionage applications of walking on water.
A new theory of lunar formation suggests Earth was the victim of a hit-and-run incident--and that the culprit may still be at large
Physicists say they've worked out how to video the quantum motion of an electron as it moves around a hydrogen atom, a step that has important implications for our understanding of biomolecules
Ice is an enigmatic, complex substance that continues to puzzle researchers, according to a review of open questions in this field
The company says it will no longer make or sell the once-promising display technology.
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