A new study probes the network of protons in egg-based paints to highlight how the paint works on a molecular scale.
Contenders in Nikon Small World in Motion video contest showcase wonders from the microscopic world.
A graphene layer shields an artwork against light, oxygen and moisture, and can be removed using an eraser.
New tool for artists can paint, erase and change the color of strokes on a metal canvas.
Bird statuette, recovered from a refuse heap, more than doubles the age of the earliest known animal sculpture from East Asia.
Assyrian sculptures date from the good times when the water flowed.
Using a simple film camera, astronomer Bill Livingston photographed satellites that hover above the equator.
New research reveals the physics behind the darkening of yellow pigments in old paintings.
The braided ribbon on a maypole can be analyzed using a type of math called group theory.
Dressmakers are exceptional at judging distances, while dentists and surgeons are no better than the rest of us.
Origami’s easier, less complicated cousin.
Interior designers are turning to experiments, using psychology and physics to come up with the best spaces for health -- and productivity.