If we live in a multiverse, it's reasonable to ask how many other distinguishable universes we may share it with. Now physicists have an answer
Margaret Hamburg has an Obama-like energy. She'll need it to reform and rebuild an agency that has been in trouble for years
After 26 years in orbit, one of the most important satellites in the U.S. space program is being decommissioned.
Research in monkeys suggests that genetically delivering dopamine avoids some side effects.
Chembot is just the latest morphing robot to come rolling out of the lab.
Cloaking technology used to create a region of space that allows microwaves in, but not out again
If collisions with dark matter are the cause of the mysterious fly-by anomalies, then spacecraft ought to heat up as they fly past Earth.
Snapshots that capture the shape of single biomolecules have never been possible--until now.
The best of the rest from the physics arXiv this week:
Japanese team unveils the first diode that allows a heat current to travel in one direction but not the other