Physics in Pictures
The interplay of surface tension and evaporation leads to some spectacular fluid dynamics!
How do we photograph something too small to be seen with the naked eye?
Belousov-Zhabotinsky (or BZ) patterns arise when molecules repeatedly gain and lose electrons in waves.
Stars are powered by nuclear fusion, but the early universe may have played host to quasi-stars, astronomical behemoths with black holes at the center.
Developing and testing the most destructive weapons in history was a process fraught with danger—and discovery.