The latest news on physics
If antimatter resists gravity, many of physics' biggest questions would be answered.
GENEVA (AP) — The world's largest and most powerful atom smasher goes into a 2-year hibernation in March, as engineers carry out a revamp to help it reach maximum energy levels that could lead to more stunning discoveries following the detection of the so-called "God particle."
International physics lab may have found the "God particle" that could help explain the origin of the universe.
Scientists have used a burst of X-rays to recreate conditions in aging stars called white dwarfs.
The Santa Clara, California-based company has provided Hawking with many of his technological needs.
Long-sought particle not conclusively detected yet, but researchers may have found its hiding place.
The particle's existence may explain why atoms, and everything else in the universe, have weight.
Bizarre principle of "entanglement" can cause a change in an untouched diamond.
Senior engineering students compete in live-action version of popular game.
MacArthur Fellow sees endless possibilities.