Top stories: Jack the Ripper, engineering coral, and the first woman to win math’s Nobel | Science

(left to right): CHRONICLE/ALAMY STOCK PICTURE; MIKAELA NORDBORG/AUSTRALIAN INSTITUTE OF MARINE SCIENCE; ANDREA KANE/INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED RESEARCH STUDY Does a new genetic analysis finally reveal the identity of Jack... Read more »

404 – Hubble not found

NASA is working to resume science operations of the Hubble Space Telescope after th spacecraft went into safe mode on Friday, October 5, just after 6: 00 p.m. EDT. Hubble’s... Read more »

Surface Engineering Gets the Red Light

Supporting optical nanocrystals without deteriorating their electrical residential or commercial properties might underpin enhancements in the efficiency of solar batteries (L-R): Osman Bakr, Jun Yin, Jun Pan and Lutfan... Read more »

Engineering a better device to capture — and release — circulating tumor cells

For many years, bioengineer Yaling Liu has remained in pursuit of the deadly tumor cell. Liu has been perfecting a microfluidic device the size of two quarters that has... Read more »