A new type of acoustic levitation called "holographic acoustic tweezers" is mesmerizing to watch.
Scientists think tractor beams could be used in medicine in the near future.
This levitating cloud light is equal parts dreamy and technologically advanced.
The MAG-LEV turntable is the kind of thing you'd expect to see on the wealthy side of sci-fi dystopia.
There's a new Harry Potter book, so let's levitate stuff!
This immersive ballet performance will have you questioning which way is up.
“Upside Down & Inside Out” is exactly why paint-filled balloons aren’t allowed on airplanes.
Because floating mini-trees barely scratch the surface.
Sometimes science is just nice to look at.
Who needs to hold the world in the palm of your hand, when you can put the ocean in your living room?
Ten years after their first album, the Vancouver band talks about their stamina in the industry and how they keep from killing each other.
Extreme heat, muddy trenches, and a whole lot of people on drugs.