How about some fun (and bouncity) physics puzzles to solve while you’re stuck at home?
Infectious diseases grow exponentially, not linearly. The number of cases seems small—until they’re not, and then it’s too late.
With high schools and colleges closing, the key to teaching is finding creative ways to make learning meaningful. A physics professor weighs in.
Take the Pi Day challenge: How many decimal places can you nail with this method?
If everyone went 100 percent geothermal today, Earth’s store of thermal energy would still outlive the sun.
Using just the technology in your pocket, you can gauge the velocity of the space station as it zips across the night sky.
This amazing soccer trick has gone viral. But does it hold up to the laws of physics?
A new pack from HoverGlide looks like magic. But there’s a perfectly good physics explanation.
Celestial bodies aren’t the reason broomsticks can stand up on end. If they were, it would unleash gravitational chaos.
A startup called SpinLaunch wants to do away with costly launch rockets. Let’s look at the physics.