MIT's DIY muon detector sniffs out cosmic particles
And it only costs $100 to build.
Corkscrew light beams could lead to practical quantum computers
Specially-made surfaces can 'spin' light into strange forms.
World's quickest laser pulse can track electrons in slow motion
It's shedding new light on how chemical reactions work.
Nobel Prize for Physics awarded to gravitational wave scientists
They were recognized for their work at LIGO and Virgo.
Work starts on a massive underground neutrino experiment
Scientists are a little closer to understanding the elusive particles.
We tried McDonald's super-engineered shake straw
Better sucking through science.
AI learns to recognize exotic states of matter
The neural networks only need a few hundred atoms to get an answer.
Scientists discover a cosmic-scale particle accelerator
Entire galaxy clusters have been swept up in this phenomenon.
Physicists learn how to measure antimatter
It could help us understand the nature of the universe.