Icicle shape may tell you how pure your roof water is.
Survey of Spanish city data reveals patterns of change.
Bacterial proteins could alter precipitation patterns and climate-change models.
Serpentine electronics could improve performance of cars and planes.
Scientists who used computer simulations to study chemical reactions win the award for chemistry.
Francois Englert, from Belgium, and Peter W. Higgs, from the United Kingdom, are the 2013 winners.
The 2013 Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to Belgian scientist François Englert and British scientist Peter W. Higgs.
Updates and fun facts about this year's prize in physiology or medicine.
This year, Inside Science will provide comprehensive coverage of the science-related Nobel Prizes.
Technology can distinguish between safe, dangerous liquids.