"Thousand Points of Light. I never quite got that one. What the hell is that?" Trump said at a rally in July.
The camera's abilities could have numerous beneficial applications in a host of fields, ranging from biomedicine to materials science.
The 24-foot pipe will glow under black light.
The ancient tool findings are detailed in a series of three studies published in the journal "Science."
The researchers believe the method could work for not just light, but other kinds of waves such as sound.
"We can make structures that nobody's ever even conceived of before; this is a true man-over-nature event."
The man reportedly wrote a letter to Vladimir Putin, before setting himself on fire in front of his local city council.
If you pull it, it moves away. If you push it, it accelerates toward you.
An email written by Papadopoulos could be evidence that the Trump campaign sought to make contact with Russian officials.
Einstein predicted that gravity and light could be used to calculate the mass of a star. But he never thought scientists could actually do it.
The S-stock trains were introduced onto the London Underground network in 2010.
The iconic building will shine orange Wednesday night to honor Americans who have been killed by guns.
Technology may allow for light bulbs to be used as wireless hotspots delivering speeds 100 times faster than Wi-Fi
The portal to the future might be your desk lamp.
Researchers in Switzerland have captured the first photograph of light behaving as both a wave and a particle.
Images of recent severe weather, solar flares and holiday lights provide a unique perspective on the world.
Steven Sotloff's parents will light the first candle for the Jewish holiday at a public ceremony Tuesday in Miami in memory of their son.