He wear no shoeshine, he got toe-jam football...
It's like a little magnetic "nom, nom."
The sky is blue. The oceans are blue. While science can explain them both, the reasons for each are entirely different.
Nanofabricators could quickly synthesize whatever we need, molecule by molecule.
Was this a moment when humans interbred with Neanderthals?
Certain cancers are striking earlier than they used to.
For the very first time, an AR contact lens was worn on the eye of a human subject. And it has about 30 times the pixel density of an iPhone.
In scientific theories, the Multiverse appears as a bug rather than as a feature. We should squash it.
Engineers borrowed the maple tree's "helicopter" to design tiny, flying microchips, which perform various tasks while in whirling free fall.
Since our arrival, humans have driven a seven-fold drop in the mass of wild land mammals.
Smashing things together at unprecedented energies sounds dangerous. But it's nothing the Universe hasn't already seen, and survived.
The big-picture physics is simple – let gravity do its job.
This everyday electrical phenomenon had no widely accepted scientific explanation — perhaps, until now.
Hoarders know their habits are abnormal, and yet they cannot help themselves. Maybe you can help them.
The non-contact technique could someday be used to lift much heavier objects — maybe even humans.
Extremely precise atomic clocks are not just of theoretical interest; they could help detect impending volcanic eruptions or melting glaciers.
The bird demonstrates cutting-edge technology for devising self-folding nanoscale robots.
New stamp-sized ultrasound adhesives produce clear images of heart, lungs, and other internal organs.
Forget billions and billions. When it comes to the number of galaxies in the Universe, both theorists' and observers' estimates are too low.
Cement production currently accounts for 8% of global carbon emissions.
This digital otoscope features a tiny camera and LED lights to help you remove stubborn wax more efficiently.
Guided by ultrasound waves, swarms of microrobots could soon be used to deliver medicine to targeted sites in the body.