When Internet-famous people are tearing down their blogs and pointing their domain names at their Google+ streams, is "web logging" dead?
Scientists have long known that water can stay liquid at temperatures well below zero. Now they've discovered exactly how low they can go
The new map suggests that around 1.2 percent of all stars may have been capable of supporting complex life at some point in the history of the galaxy.
On the Web, you can't die so much as join the ranks of the undead.
Weighed down by green guilt over your summer air travel? EADS envisions a solution.
The new social network is proving popular, but it still has a lot to prove.
The retirement of the space shuttles leaves the future of NASA's human spaceflight program unclear.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week
The prediction once again raises question marks over physicists' assurances that particle accelerators capable of making black holes are safe
An analysis from Harvard and MIT suggests the costs are worth the benefits.