Solar energy may be sustainable, but it's not efficient. Scientists trade silicon for perovskite to give solar cells a boost.
The more inflated a ball is, the less energy it coverts to heat, and the more energy it has to bounce.
Unfortunately, this old saying doesn't make a lot of sense in the context of modern science.
While science still has a long ways to go, new research gives us hope that we may be able to make a real lightsaber someday.
Scientists link fracking to the surge in earthquakes across the U.S.
Ever feel sleepy after a big lunch? Find out the science behind taking a siesta!
Drop a few ice cubes into a glass of water at room temperature, and in a few minutes the water will cool. How does this work?
What makes science really fun is when you get to do things yourself, so today we're going to be making moon craters.
While solar panels typically have smooth surfaces, leaves have tiny wrinkles and folds that allow for maximum light absorption.