It's not about fairness. It's about using every possible advantage.
Laser-guided lightning isn't the only manmade way to create lightning.
The cosmic microwave background offers clues.
The LHC has a long, productive life ahead of it. An upgraded version, called the “High Luminosity LHC,” will be available in 2028.
You are an energy field — but not the “chakras” or “auras” kind.
An un-crewed sailing drone discovered the unusually shaped, slumbering seamount.
Though he renounced philosophy, Stephen Hawking's final theory of the universe redraws the basic foundations of cosmology.
Stars orbiting black holes were observed to move significantly slower than expected. One explanation centers on dark matter.
Finding this missing piece of water’s path through the universe offers clues to how it came to be on Earth.
Beer's flavor begins to change as soon as it is packaged. Are cans or bottles better at preserving flavor?
Time gets a little strange as you approach the speed of light.
That scary swirling void from which nothing can escape is our perfect universal translation tool.
Explanations for the cosmic speed limit often conflate mass with inertia.
We are about to learn a lot more about the most elusive of cosmic particles.
2023 is an exciting time for the study of quark-gluon plasmas.
Everything everywhere all at once.
We bake pies for Pi Day, so why not celebrate other mathematical achievements.
"It can truly allow you to see the physical world in ways that were not possible before."
Some scientists think brain organoids could develop a form of consciousness. Others say that's science fiction.
A non-invasive method for looking inside structures is solving mysteries about the ancient pyramid.
Using shaped ultrasound, researchers can 3D print objects in one shot.
The Fermi paradox (along with the subsequent Drake equation) is so difficult that even brilliant thinkers can make little dent in it.
We may have discovered alien life already but rejected the evidence too quickly because it seemed false at first glance.
When you combine the Uncertainty Principle with Einstein's famous equation, you get a mind-blowing result: Particles can come from nothing.