Astronomers have been fixated on sending spacecraft to Jupiter, and now we know why.
A team of UCLA researchers have determined that nanodiamonds could help save your teeth.
In a related story, we'd like to order a dozen pure-diamond hoverboards.
Yup, diamond-based lasers are a real thing now, but they're not quite as dangerous as Mr. Bond's enemies would have us believe.
Everything from microscopic clocks to super sensitive sensors can be created using diamonds.
Few things are sadder than losing a beloved family pet, but now you can keep Fido's memory alive forever by turning him into diamond jewelry.
55 Cancri e was first identified back in 2004, but at the time scientists thought that it was covered in water and rocks, much like the Earth. We now know that's probably not true and, what's more, the most interesting find regarding 55 Cancri e could be under the surface.
Russia announced Monday that it's been sitting on a huge deposit of diamonds buried under an impact crater in Siberia. And these aren't just any diamonds: they're twice as hard as normal, thanks to their instantaneously violent extraterrestrial origins.
Trying to get your clothes clean in eco-friendly cold water can be a pain, even if you get your roommate to do all of your laundry for you like I do. Here's a trick: have you tried adding a handful of diamonds? Apparently, it works wonders, and it'll save you money on your water heating bill, making it totally worthwhile.
Diamonds, well known for being utterly useless piles of carbon atoms, may in fact be good for something: flaws inside them have been turned into an operational quantum computer.