Some snow flakes shapes are so complex that no computer model has ever been able to generate them. Until now.
Heating water inside carbon nanotubes until they explode could deliver drugs precisely, say chemists
Metamaterials that absorb seismic waves rather than steer them, might be a better way to protect some buildings, say engineers
The area used to grow genetically modified crops keeps growing, fueled by rapid increases in developing nations.
A suite of new cameras offer image stabilization.
Apple may dole out a fortune to use the iPad name in China
The US financial markets have suffered over 18,000 extreme price changes caused by ultrafast trading, according to a new study of market data between 2006 and 2011
A competitor for Dropbox offers a way to seamlessly link your computer to the cloud.
Last June, an 83-year-old woman received an unusual implant.
Computer scientists prove that networks of cells can compute as efficiently as networks of computers linked via the internet