The most interesting advances in Physics.

## A 60-year-old Mathematical Problem has been Solved

A nearly 60-year-old mathematical problem has finally been solved, by a newly discovered shape.

The most interesting advances in Physics.

A nearly 60-year-old mathematical problem has finally been solved, by a newly discovered shape.

Artist’s impression of photons stimulating a quantum dot. Credit: The University of Basel Scientists open door to manipulating ‘quantum light’ to advance medical imaging and

Let’s count from one to a million, a googol, Graham’s Number… all the way to infinity, and even how to count beyond infinity, into the

The world’s strongest magnet is a million times stronger than Earth’s magnetic field.

Time does not exist. How do we really move through spacetime? An interesting analysis, and theory.

In this Speed Comparison video, we compare the fastest objects man made over the years.

You Are an Impossible Machine. You are cells. They are in your blood and in your bones. Your muscles, organs, skin, and hair.

Gravity is the most familiar of the known forces, but it seems to be eternal and unchanging.

Neil deGrasse Tyson explains Earth’s spinning core.

The stickiest gecko-inspired adhesive. Watch how adhesives based on gecko skin can hold huge weights, without sticking to anything.

This video explains in a simple way, quantum physics.

Scientists at the National Ignition Facility, on December 5th, achieved a breakthrough in nuclear fusion by producing energy gain from a reaction.