Physics is far from an isolated subject -- applications are everywhere! Physics+ explores the interdisciplinary research that merges physics with related topics such as engineering, biology, computer science, sociology, and even philosophy.
Laser blasts and levitation team up to make testing water for heavy metals a cinch!
When GPS isn't an option, scientists turned to physics to control and track swarms of underwater sensors.
Sometimes, all it takes to unlock ancient secrets is to look at the problem in a new light.
Scientists are developing greener and cheaper ways to pave our way to a solar energy future.
New, food-safe superhydrophobics could make shaking the ketchup bottle a thing of the past.