A team of of South Korean researchers recently created a virtual K-pop dance teacher by tracking 3D body joints.
Scientists have created the first material where light can travel infinitely fast.
Scientists may have discovered a long-sought-after "glueball" particle, created entirely of gluons. These "sticky" particles actually keep nuclear particles together.
Quantum physics, meet genetic engineering. Scientists have used engineered viruses in order to provide quantum-based enhancement of energy transport.
In a recent experiment, scientists attempted redefining temperature by using precision lasers to measure the speed of individual atoms.
Researchers may be able to "paint" quantum electronics with beams of light.
A strange, quantum material actually shrinks when it's warmed up. Scientists are investigating a substance that unlike most materials, shrinks when it gets hot.
Researchers may have overcome a crucial hurdle in quantum computing. They've demonstrated a two-qubit logic gate, which is the central building block of a quantum computer.
The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2015 has officially been awarded to Takaaki Kajita and Arthur B. McDonald for their key contributions to the experiments which have demonstrated that neutrinos change density.
Physicists may have managed to shrink the particle accelerator. They've managed to build the first prototype of a miniature particle accelerator that uses terahertz radiation instead of radio frequency structures.
Each year, hundreds of people test their mettle by creating a trebuchet and then seeing how far they can hurl a pumpkin across a field. But how does trebuchets work?