Say goodbye to your favorite teddy bear. It's robo-Teddy now.
Just seven photons in a mirrored trap formed a Bose-Einstein condensate, one of the more exotic particle states — and one usually reserved for matter.
Ten years ago, the world's largest scientific instrument was turned on and the start of a research dynasty began.
Harvard University's engineering school has produced a machine that uses sound to print anything from honey to liquid metal. And there's mesmerizing video.
Google News does not deliver different news to users based on their position on the political spectrum, despite accusations from conservative commentators and even President Donald Trump.
NASA is preparing to launch a cutting-edge, laser-armed satellite that will spend three years studying Earth's changing ice sheets.
Over the last four months, the U.S. Air Force has awarded two contracts for hypersonic weapons worth a maximum of $1.4 billion to aerospace giant Lockheed Martin.
Since Sputnik 1 launched in 1957, nations have been racing to gain a military advantage in space — the ultimate "high ground." Check out the top 10 space weapon concepts from over the years.
The Zephyr drone could be used for military reconnaissance and wildfire monitoring, among other activities.
The strange radio bursts usually circle the Earth like electromagnetic ghosts, but scientists have now created and studied their shapes in a plasma chamber on Earth.
The successful launch puts China "shoulder to shoulder" with the U.S. and Russia in the hypersonic nuke race.
The technology could improve future precision light sources. But right now the biggest surprise is how many holes there are in a laser figure-eight.
The Large Hadron Collider accelerated lead nuclei with orbiting electrons along its tunnel for the first time, opening new scientific doors.
Atomic clocks have traveled to space before. But no one has ever managed to make one this accurate tick up there before.
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