Thought provoking articles from physics.org, putting a different spin on physics.
Could you do with an extra 40 minutes each day? Find out what it would be like to live on Mars.
Quantum computers promise to perform wonders, but what would happen if they fell into the wrong hands?
Mix one part science to one part haute cuisine, add a good pinch of liquid nitrogen, et voila, it’s molecular gastronomy.
Ever heard the sound of an atom decaying? Meet the orchestra whose musicians are radioactive isotopes.
A chair in space, the unexpected beauty of a magnetic field and the Sun uncut - here's what happens when art meets science.
Why researchers are turning to consumer electronics for a quick fix.
Forget about finding the Higgs boson. Here's how particle accelerators can fight cancer, create safer nuclear power and reveal the secrets of tasty chocolate.
If you came across someone burying dead bodies in a field, you’d be right to call the police. Unless the grave digger in question was a forensic geophysics researcher.
Twinkling city lights make fantastic postcards, but they are spoiling a much greater spectacle: the night sky.
Nanotechnology could enhance your tennis racket or even stop your socks from smelling. Laurie Winkless explains all.