Scientists have created a light with the brightness of a billion suns.
Hubble discovers new galaxy with two nuclei with light millions brighter than the Sun.
Scientists have designed a nano crystal around 500 times smaller than a human hair that turns darkness into visible light and can be used to create light-weight night vision glasses.
Scientists behind a theory that the speed of light is variable, and not constant as Einstein suggested, has made a prediction that could be tested.
Researchers find new type of optical material in mantis shrimp.
Researchers develop new "excited state proton transfer catalysis" that can enable scientists to observe and control basic chemical reactions.
It turns out that the magnetic compass that birds use to orient themselves may be impacted by polarized light.
Rats in the study were more likely to go after a sugary treat even if it was risky or they knew better when in this type of environment.
Scientists may have found a way to make light bulbs far more efficient. They've discovered a way to recycle light that could potentially optimize emission at useful wavelengths.
What medical advances happened in 2015? There were a lot of them! Here are five great ones.
Engineers have demonstrated the first ever processor that uses light for ultrafast communications.