We may never have our flying cars, but the future is here. From creating fully functioning artificial leaves to hacking the human brain, science made a lot of breakthroughs this year.
Two physicists, Peter Higgs of Britain and François Englert of Belgium, on Tuesday won the Nobel Prize in Physics. But just what is the Higgs Boson?
Imagining the Tenth Dimension, a new way of thinking about time, space, and string theory, a book by Rob Bryanton
In less than 100 seconds, John Rarity explains how quantum mechanics could speed up computing exponentially. Visit physicsworld.com for more videos, webinars and podcasts. http://physicsworld.com/cws/channel/multimedia
Einstein for Everyone
When it comes to science and outer space, Neil deGrasse Tyson is probably the most interesting person on the planet.
Interactive Sky Map - WIKISKY.ORG
You've probably seen in books and magazines facts and figures they give for different things, like "Sirius is 8.7 light years away..." and "Each second the sun lets out enough energy to...". If you're anything like me you'll wonder: how on Earth ...
Yesterday we told you about the biggest scientific breakthroughs of 2012. But now we turn our attention to those developments that make us realize just how futuristic things are quickly becoming.