With a Recycled LHC Magnet, the Axion Solar Telescope Hunts for Ghost Photons
CERN's axion hunt drills down toward New Physics
The Expansion of the Universe Appears Faster Than We Thought
The results of a new study are close, but slightly faster than, the generally accepted rate.
Decades-Old Collision Data Offers Tantalizing Hint of New Particle
The Large Electron-Positron collider returns to haunt the LHC.
Physicist Neil Turok Explains the 'Astonishing Simplicity of Everything'
"The ways in which the universe has regular, predictable behavior."
A 'New Physics' Postcard from the LHC's Earliest Days
Newly crunched results from 2011 and 2012 point to bizarre, un-Standard Model behavior among B mesons.
The 'Sharpest Picture Yet' of the Higgs Boson
Two experiments at the Large Hadron Collider combine forces to give new precision to the elusive particle's properties.
The Large Hadron Collider Returns in the Hunt for New Physics
Desperately seeking SUSY.
The Large Hadron Collider Is Officially Back and More Powerful Than Ever Before
CERN announces the start of data collecting from particle collisions at a record-breaking energy of 13 TeV.
The LHC Has Broken Its Own Particle Acceleration World Record
6.5 tera electron Volts. But that's just the start.
The Biggest Physics Discovery In 50 Years?
It's a bump, a weird bump in collision data at Fermilab's "soon-to-be shuttered":http://motherboard.tv/2011/1/11/goodbye-tevatron-the-u-s-s-largest-particle-accelerator Tevatron collider. Weird bumps happen; it might not mean anything. But, as it...
Fermilab's Ghost in the Machine
Fermilab's Tevatron collider is picking up something unexplainable. Particles aren't behaving like they should. It has to do with the top quark, one of the fundamental particles. It sounds simplistic in a way, but when particles collide and shoot...