Do you have a favorite book so far? There are a few absolutely great ones, like "All Quiet on the Western Front" and "The Grapes of Wrath" or "Doctor Zhivago." It's hard to choose between ones like that.
A few days ago, I wrote about a measurement of the "width" of the Higgs boson, meaning the width of its mass distribution. It is a bit of a surprise that particles even have a mass distribution; surely
Night vision contact lenses may be the stuff of science fiction movies, but new research points the way to how we could some day see in the dark with our own eyes. Electrical Engineers at the University
By now you've probably heard about Neil deGrasse Tyson's reboot of Cosmos, running every Sunday night on FOX (yes, that FOX) for the last few weeks. It was a controversial step to take Carl Sagan's beloved
The AP has just released video from NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. The video shows a "mid-level" solar flare, or powerful burst of radiation on the sun's surface, that erupted on April 2. NASA calls
If you thought Google’s plans for the TV were wholly focused on its cheap Chromecast streaming stick, then think again. Google is apparently hard at work on a new media platform, dubbed Android TV, that