UC Berkeley researchers explain the science behind foamy bubbles.
Become an expert at avoiding your co-workers by spending all your time inside one of these bubblicious desks.
A couple days ago we wrote about that badass space-fighter attack boat thing, and we mentioned that it uses "supercavitating technology" to help reduce hull friction. Supercavitation works on bigger boats, too, and a new generation of cargo ships will use lots of little bubbles to improve their fuel efficiency by 25%.
When the temperature rises (and ain't it just doing that in London this week?) my thoughts turn to a life aquatic, and scuba diving. My battered old Cressi mask, which has survived an attack by a randy parrot fish in...