Scientists build a super battery using quantum mechanics
Physicists are using the unique properties of quantum mechanics to develop a new super battery that people will be able to charge instantly.
Scientists build a super battery using quantum mechanics
Early universe observations reaffirm existence of dark matter and dark energy
New data continues to reaffirm the existence of the inexplicable dark matter and dark energy.
Early universe observations reaffirm existence of dark matter and dark energy
Physicists observe Higgs boson decaying for first time ever
For the first time ever since their discovery six years ago, physicists have observed the Higgs boson decaying.
Physicists observe Higgs boson decaying for first time ever
Ancient quasar lights support quantum entanglement
A new study examines quasar light to provide the strongest evidence yet for quantum entanglement, or "spooky action at a distance."
Ancient quasar lights support quantum entanglement
Excited atoms illuminate anti-hydrogen research in new study
New research increases the efficiency of anti-hydrogen synthesis, marking a breakthrough in the field.
Excited atoms illuminate anti-hydrogen research in new study
Scientists discover first evidence of matter-matter coupling
A new study reveals the first-ever evidence of matter-matter coupling.
Scientists discover first evidence of matter-matter coupling
Study discovers flaw in emergent gravity
A new study sheds light on a flaw in the theory of emergent gravity.
Study discovers flaw in emergent gravity
MIT students solve spaghetti breaking mystery
A pair of MIT researchers just solved an old physics mystery involving spaghetti.
MIT students solve spaghetti breaking mystery
University reports that celebrity astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss grabbed breast
Celebrity astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss is in trouble following a sexual harassment incident.
University reports that celebrity astrophysicist Lawrence Krauss grabbed breast
Physicists tied knots in a laser beam to study 'holes' in light
A team of scientists just tied knots into laser beams in order to study the "holes" created in them.
Physicists tied knots in a laser beam to study 'holes' in light
Scientists explores what would happen if Earth was made of blueberries
A new study explores what would happen if the Earth spontaneously transformed into blueberries.
Scientists explores what would happen if Earth was made of blueberries
Algorithm could uncover physics mysteries, study says
A team of scientists has created a new algorithm that could uncover answers in the field of condensed matter physics.
Algorithm could uncover physics mysteries, study says
Physicist argue there was no Big Bang singularity
Recent scientific research concludes that there was no instant where all matter and energy in the Universe concentrated into a single point.
Physicist argue there was no Big Bang singularity
Einstein's theory of relativity passes an important test
A black hole at the center of our galaxy helps astronomers confirm the theory of relativity.
Einstein's theory of relativity passes an important test
Closed loophole proves unreality of the quantum world
Physicist designed an experiment to prove that if you believe in realism then you must concede that the future can influence the past.
Closed loophole proves unreality of the quantum world
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Scientists in Germany are turning on what is being described as 'the world's largest artificial sun.'
German scientists creating artificial Sun
Bizarre math equations may underlie nature's laws
Physicists suspect that the strange array of forces and particles that make up reality stem from the properties of eight-dimensional numbers.
Bizarre math equations may underlie nature's laws
Strange sound waves discovered in quantum liquids
Physicists have theoretically shown that two types of sound waves can propagate in one-dimensional quantum fluids.
Strange sound waves discovered in quantum liquids
Physicists to put particle accelerator on a chip
Scientists in California want to build an accelerator on semiconductor chips.
Physicists to put particle accelerator on a chip
Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy
A new study reveals a unique hybrid device that harvests both mechanical and magnetic energy.
Hybrid device harvests magnetic and mechanical energy
Another study proves Einstein right through examination of high-energy neutrinos
Another study supports Einstein's theory of special relativity by examining neutrinos.
Another study proves Einstein right through examination of high-energy neutrinos
Sensors in Antarctic ice detect a ghost particle
IceCube Neutrino Observatory recently detected high-energy particle in the Antarctic ice.
Sensors in Antarctic ice detect a ghost particle
Einstein's theory of gravity passes its toughest challenge yet
Einstein's general theory of relativity just passed its toughest test yet.
Einstein's theory of gravity passes its toughest challenge yet
Researchers create 'molecular movie' of atomic chemical reaction
A team of researchers has created the clearest "molecular movie" of an atomic reaction yet.
Researchers create 'molecular movie' of atomic chemical reaction
Physics can explain human enlightenment and innovation
Scientist asserts that all animate and inanimate systems follow the natural design principle of flow.
Physics can explain human enlightenment and innovation
Paranormal investigator claims to have discovered 'time warp' near Las Vegas
A paranormal investigator claims to have discovered a region near Las Vegas where time slows down.
Paranormal investigator claims to have discovered 'time warp' near Las Vegas
Researchers use THZ spectroscopy to explain water's anomalies
Research team uses THz spectroscopy to investigate water's mysterious properties.
Researchers use THZ spectroscopy to explain water's anomalies
Researchers discover the physics of better batteries
Scientists use physics to develop long-lasting batteries.
Researchers discover the physics of better batteries
Bernese researchers solve mystery of entangled particles of light
Scientists learn that a change within the properties of one particle will result in changes for other particles at the same time.
Bernese researchers  solve mystery of entangled particles of light
Scientists find ordered magnetic patterns in disordered magnetic material
Tests revealed a dominant chirality in the magnetic properties of domain walls that may be flipped, enabling spintronics and variant fields of research.
Scientists find ordered magnetic patterns in disordered magnetic material
Scientists can now transfer quantum information using sound
Microwaves can influence the 'quantum switches' in a narrow diamond rod.
Scientists can now transfer quantum information using sound
Nuclear scientists highlight key property that drives neutron decay
An international team of scientists has calculated the most precise value of axial.
Nuclear scientists highlight key property that drives neutron decay
Bomb dropped on Hiroshima was far more dangerous than thought
Scientists have found evidence that the Hiroshima bomb may have killed many more people than we realize.
Bomb dropped on Hiroshima was far more dangerous than thought
Quantum shift revealed in coupled light and matter
A team of researchers observed a quantum Bloch-Siegert shift, previously only described in theory, for the first time ever.
Quantum shift revealed in coupled light and matter
Scientists combine two atoms using "optical tweezers" for first time ever
Scientists have combined two separate atoms for the first time ever using optical "tweezers."
Scientists combine two atoms using
Scientists propose new 'superfluid quasicrystal' state of matter
A team of theoretical physicists have proposed a new state of matter and outlined its "recipe" in their recent study.
Scientists propose new 'superfluid quasicrystal' state of matter
ALPHA test obtains most accurate direct antimatter measurement
A new study in Nature presents the most accurate direct measurement of antimatter to date.
ALPHA test obtains most accurate direct antimatter measurement
Scientists developing quantum computing materials
New research on ferrites could pave the way for quantum computing materials.
Scientists developing quantum computing materials
Scientists confirm fourth detection of gravitational waves
Finding is first for new Virgo detector that began operating on August 1.
Scientists confirm fourth detection of gravitational waves
Elon Musk explains why he won't quit Donald Trump's advisory council
Musk said that he had a found an opportunity in the forum where he would be able to give feedback on issues that were of national interest, and matters of critical concern.
Elon Musk explains why he won't quit Donald Trump's advisory council
NASA makes an engine that defies Newton laws of motion
This theory has been tested time and again and always been proven right.
NASA makes an engine that defies Newton laws of motion
Soft robotics a reality
He is seeking to make robots more elastic and stretchy. The material is made of hyperelastic and emitting hydro-gel.
Soft robotics a reality
Musk: Falcon 9 rocket is ready to fire again after landing
It will probably go on display instead, but SpaceX will test it to make sure it could go again if need be.
Musk: Falcon 9 rocket is ready to fire again after landing