Researchers studying why brown dwarfs fail to grow into proper stars have managed to recreate the conditions inside one.
Huge particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider buried below Switzerland could soon be augmented by far-smaller portable units.
A team of physicists has developed a quick, cheap way of laser-printing 2D and 3D holograms on small objects.
A Japanese team has broken the record for the world's most powerful laser beam with a blast from a two-quadrillion-watt monster
In DepthMeet the miracle technologies of the future that will track you, spy on you and blow you up.
The CSIRO has unveiled Zebedee, a new handheld laser 3D mapping system used to preserve some of Australia's most significant heritage sites.
Week in ScienceThis week we've got revelations in neuroscience plus telepathic rats and bad news for poor sleepers and football players.
A set of reports this week hint that Google's wearable computer might not be as ugly as the prototypes suggest - but it also might shoot lasers directly at your retinas.