Carbon soccer balls can form into gels all by themselves, say chemists, overturning the long-held belief that gels must consist of at least two chemical components.
All of a sudden, Internet freedom is in vogue.
We expect our web services to be free, revenue streams be damned. It's just like in bubble 1.0.
IBM's machine improves its performance and turns the game into a rout.
A mutation in Ecuadorian dwarves may protect against diseases of aging.
Panicky behaviour can trigger stock market collapses. Now researchers say there could be a way of spotting it in advance
The IBM machine's mistakes offered insights about how it works.
A thin slab of metamaterial increases the efficiency of wireless power transmission by an order of magnitude, say researchers
IBM's computer can achieve a victory even if it doesn't beat the humans on Jeopardy.
Certain words disrupt the blogosphere in the same way that earthquakes shake the planet. And that makes them ripe for an earthquake-like magnitude rating.