First predicted 20 years ago, liquid glass has finally been observed under microscopes.
A new study deepens the mystery behind two possible detections of rare cosmic particles.
Teams have looked for a "fifth force" in the universe within the Earth's mantle, ultra-vacuum chambers, and in hypothetical particles such as "X17." Finding it could help explain mysteries around dark matter and dark energy.
Physicist Alexander Bataller recreated exotic cosmic phenomena on Earth using household materials.
Research reveals that these particles, usually found in emissions from coal power plants and car exhausts, can potentially transfer to unborn babies and lead to low birth weight, miscarriages and premature births.
A leading explanation for the different patterns seen in Earth’s northern and southern auroras has been ruled out.
If it scales, the polariton-based computer could leave everything else in the ... dust.
Astrophysicists at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider come closer to understanding the milliseconds following the Big Bang.
D-Wave's quantum annealers face a fundamental limitation when it comes to scaling: temperature.
A nice but fatally flawed idea.
Backreaction's Sabine Hossenfelder offers a synthwave tour of the hard questions.
Good old silicon saves the day.