Thought provoking articles from physics.org, putting a different spin on physics.
The current decline in UK bee numbers remains something of a mystery. And it's not the first time that these friendly insects have set scientists a conundrum.
Too much TV probably isn't good for your health. But OLED technology first developed for the small screen could soon be used to treat cancer.
Recreating the laws of physics in a computer game is harder than it seems. Luckily designers know a few short cuts.
Where else might life exist in our universe? Read astrobiologist Lewis Dartnell's guide to finding our planet's twin.
For those times when a Facebook 'poke' just isn’t enough, you will soon be able to send your friends a hug they can actually feel.
One of the most efficient wave power systems to date looks like a duck. But can it defend its title faced with the mighty Anaconda?
What will be in astronauts' lunch boxes when they go to Mars? Soggy sandwiches, squishy bananas and crisps are unlikely to make the cut.
The LHC has been switched on, but what about you? Taking our quiz is the only way to find out...
…. Or almost. Switch on for the Large Hadron Collider at CERN happened on 10 September 2008, marking the beginning of a physics experiment which will recreate conditions last seen a trillionth of a second after the Big Bang.
Physicists have made hydrogen and methane molecules into unsuspecting movie stars thanks to a revolutionary new measurement technique.