Nanoscience dusts off a quirk of physics to optimize air conditioning. Can it help save the planet too?
Data from past Olympics show that lane advantages aren't definite.
By combining two materials, researchers have made a solid that conducts heat like a gas.
It's like throwing a baseball really, really far through the atmosphere.
It took researchers more than 20 years to figure out this light show mystery.
Today's supercomputers could one day provide ultra-secure encryption.
The science behind the spin, explained.
Even a 1 mile per hour speed boost would make things pretty weird.
LEDs may be efficient, but they can also feel sterile and hurt your sleep. Researchers are working on a fix.
It's likely not lens distortion that caused the curious appearance. Instead, it's something called perspective distortion.
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