Films of soap with complex shapes can be used to model and understand mathematical singularities across a range of fields.
One developer and statistics pro has turned his eye to what makes up the music of Guns N' Roses, proving that when it comes to 80s rock, the hair was high, but the standard deviations were higher.
"Mathemusician" Vi Hart explains the boggling properties of the folded-paper hexagon.
An upcoming platform game lets you twist space to access two, three and four dimensions.
After 10 years of blowing stuff up and reality-checking hundreds of myths, co-hosts Grant Imahara, Kari Byron and Tory Belleci are leaving on the popular science TV program.
Big Blue's cognitive computing chip could enable wide-ranging applications that take advantage of massive performance while using no more power than a hearing aid.
A Craigslist for the filthy rich, hidden mics in your city, the future of wireless broadband, a case for simpler passwords, and AirBnb's new logo looks an awful lot like your Mom's butt!
David Huerta says it's a reminder that the rules of math "are more powerful than the rules of even the most powerful states."
New material could help robots switch between hard and soft states to squeeze through small spaces -- much like an octopus.
The famed astrophysicist says there's a reason some chemical elements are named for places in the US -- and that we don't have to leave those glory days in the past.