The botched launch of two Galileo navigation probes made for an unexpected experiment
Theoretical physicist Clifford V. Johnson discusses his eye-catching approach to sharing science with the public
An Elastic Activity from Science Buddies
Rather than building objects layer by layer, the printer creates whole structures by projecting light into a resin that solidifies
An energizing physics activity from Science Buddies
A physics science activity from Science Buddies
Though Saturn formed about 4.5 billion years ago, its rings were added relatively recently—only 100 million to 10 million years ago. Karen Hopkin reports.
The proposed facility would become the most powerful—and most expensive—collider ever built
A huge flare from a black hole helps reveal how matter and energy are expelled
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An insulated activity from Science Buddies
Peafowls' head crests are specifically tuned to the vibrations produced by feather-rattling male peacocks, thus acting as a sort of antenna. Jason G. Goldman reports.
An international fusion project could help the nation eventually develop its own, smaller reactor
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U.S. government funding is needed to sustain the arduous journey toward a practical quantum computer, experts say
Recent experiments quash the hope that the unsettling phenomenon of quantum entanglement can be explained away
Four centimeters of bonus straightening have occurred since engineering to lessen the list concluded in 2001
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Physicist Wang Yifang, the mastermind behind the project, gives Nature an update on the ambitious project
The sounds of the Mars InSight Mission control room during the tense minutes leading to the landing on the surface.