From New York, around Florida and up the Mississippi, all to study a subatomic particle that only lives two millionths of a second.
The first instrument ever built specifically to help astronomers study the effects of dark energy is now ready to document the history of the cosmos.
PopSci is pleased to present videos created by Motherboard, Vice Media’s guide to future culture. Motherboard’s original videos that run … Continued
Straight through 780 feet of rock
Today, the Tevatron accelerator at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory just outside Chicago has closed, ending its 28 years of … Continued
Hadrons are so last-decade anyhow
So far, the only thing moving faster than light is speculation. But in the wake of last week’s baffling neutrino … Continued
Now proven by science
America’s grand particle smasher may not go out with a bang after all. A bump in data at the Tevatron, … Continued
May be "the most significant discovery in physics in half a century"
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