Einstein said everything falls at the same rate. Is that also true for a quantum top?
The pear-shaped nucleus of barium-144 could help solve one of the biggest mysteries in cosmology.
Some theories predict the existence of higher dimensions. With sensitive gravitational experiments we can test that idea.
Two measurements of the radioactive half-life of free neutrons give results in disagreement with each other, and may point to new physics.
To really understand the universe, we sometimes have to view things through Heisenberg’s mirror.
If you ever want an interesting conversation with a physicist, ask them about free will.
Building a star isn’t simply a matter of gathering enough mass. The type of matter you use greatly affects the behavior of your star.
In a recent work published in Nature, a team simulated the possible effect of a time machine using polarized light.
At Fermilab an experiment known as the holometer was devised to look for evidence of this holographic effect, and the first results are in.