The breakthrough, made by researchers at Caltech, Fermilab and NASA, among others, is a step towards a practical quantum internet.
After years of attempts, the particle’s most common decay pattern has finally been observed at the Large Hadron Collider.
A long-distance experiment offers new verification for fundamental quantum mechanics.
One inconclusive experiment doesn't mean we're any closer to understanding the nature of space-time.
If we understand spacetime, maybe we can manipulate it.
Radio Motherboard talks to the philosopher who invented the "simulation hypothesis" and the Department of Energy researcher who is trying to prove we live in a hologram.
If this depiction of space is correct, then like any computer, there is an inherent limit to the universe’s data storage and processing capacity.
And it'll be 30 times bigger when it's complete.
What new physics we can learn from a neutrino beam fired underground from Chicago to South Dakota.
By bombarding a 14,000-ton plastic structure with cosmic rays, from 500 miles away.
The Dark Energy Survey returns this fall. If it's anything like the first, expect many more wild space discoveries.