A recent discovery confirms a long-standing hypothesis: that neutron star collisions helped form the chemistry of our universe.
Physicists made a first-of-its-kind observation that might help researchers finally detect dark matter.
Scientists have a few theories.
CERN'S Large Hadron Collider is a big target for hackers, but new defense systems are teaching the machine how to detect foul play on its own.
For the first time, researchers observed a type of gravitational lensing that happens when a star passes in front of another.
Physicists say there shouldn't have been anything left after the Big Bang.
Publicly funded research is relatively boring and unprofitable, which is why it often relies on government support.
We exploit the way photons interact with atoms to chill gases down to almost absolute zero.
Now that we've detected gravitational waves, scientists plan to use them to test more physics.
The prize was awarded to the three for their research in exotic states of matter, which other physicists are hopeful could be used in electronics.
Physicists at CERN have collected more data that shows the potential discovery of a new particle last year was probably a false alarm.
The universe will come to an end someday, and physicists already have a few theories on how.