A start-up will sell a gadget that uses springs and a magnet to recharge personal electronics.
Sand behaves like a fluid but also like a solid. So how can some lizards swim through it?
Russia is set to add a new module to the International Space Station after an eight-year hiatus.
Rabbits with an engineered penis can reproduce.
Two computer programs accurately predict how molecules interact with metals.
If it works in biological systems, why couldn't stochastic resonance improve the performance of memory chips?
Plans to purposefully re-engineer the world's climate got their first serious committee hearing yesterday.
The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week
The dark red spot is the first surface detail ever seen on a Kuiper Belt Object
Scientists in Canada have developed dipstick that measures levels of pesticides in food and beverages.