A laser pulse glanced off a rubidium atom and entered the quantum world — taking on the weird physics of Schrödinger's cat.
Stratolaunch will continue to work on the world's largest airplane, but the company will abandon plans for its own rockets.
A team of neuroscientists have produced a series of amazing, detailed images of fruit fly brains using a brand-new combination of imaging techniques.
Resistors, inductors and capacitors are basic electrical components that make modern electronics possible.
Physicists have built a ring in which pulses of light whip circles around each other and the normal rules that govern light's behavior stop applying.
Half a century after the first manned space flight, space travel may be about to enter the age of steam.
Researchers working on machine learning have discovered a problem that no one, anywhere in the universe, will ever be able to solve.
From the early years of aviation up until about 2000, the main way pilots navigated was by playing connect-the-dots across a map.
China appears to have beaten the U.S. in the race to mount a rail gun on a battleship. Does it matter?
The technology could help people with diseases such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) speak via a brain-computer interface.
A group of scientists wants to send a nuclear-powered "tunnelbot" to Europa to blaze a path through its thick shell of ice and search for life.
X-ray spectroscopy is used in many areas of science, medicine and technology, to better understand the characteristics of a material at the atomic level.
Particles: Breathe easy. Scientists at the world's largest particle collider have no plans to smash you together until spring 2021.
What happens when you cross a blimp with a plane, and give it a few helicopter abilities? A lighter-than-air plimp-hybrid airship is born, according to a Seattle-based company looking for investors.
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