Our pick of the latest physics stories from around the world wide web.
Exquisite X-ray images are providing new insights on how the ammonites lived and perhaps also on why they died out.
European scientists are going to try to measure the movement of the oceans by tracing their magnetism alone.
A US-British team of astronomers has discovered the first planet with ultra-high concentrations of carbon.
Light has been used to generate aerodynamic-like lift for the first time.
Evidence of events that happened before the Big Bang can be seen in the glow of microwave radiation that fills the Universe, scientists have asserted.
Scientists have captured antimatter atoms for the first time, a breakthrough that could eventually help us to understand the nature and origins of the universe.
Home PC users are invited to carry out pioneering research by tracking links between global warming and extreme weather.
Long anticipated by science fiction, real-time holographic communication and 'telepresence' are finally within our grasp
Scientists hope that images of the orbiting bundle of dust, ice and rock known as Hartley 2 will solve some of the puzzles raised by previous missions to study comets
A spacecraft that was crashed into the moon last year threw up debris that included not only water but also higher-than-expected amounts of silver.