Articles by Amy Shira Teitel
What happens when a beam of subatomic particles traveling at nearly the speed of light meets the flesh of the human body?
A group of researchers are hoping to make computer programs more gender neutral with new algorithms.
There are signs that Ceres contains large amounts of water ice beneath its surface and water vapor perhaps rooted in sublimating ice.
More than 12 years later, and sadly a year after Pillinger’s death, NASA has found Beagle 2.
A much fancier Hubble camera helped make the "Pillars of Creation" even better.
Venus is a hellish world, but not if we stick to the clouds.
New research offers hope for optical cloaking and much more.
A team of MIT researchers offers a novel solution to an old computer science problem.
Most of us travel subsonically, but that might change before too long—at least for a wealthy few.
For the light-based communication of the future, it just takes a plasmonic patch antenna, two silver nanocubes, and a bit of gold.