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If Antimatter Is The Opposite Of Matter, Does It Fall Up?
To find out, physicists go Newton on it, and drop some.
Cheap New Metal Catalyst Can Split Hydrogen Gas From Water at a Fraction of the Cost
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe, but it can be difficult and costly to get at the...
Superheavy Element 114’s Synthesis Confirmed, Dashes Hopes of “Island of Stability”
Long hoped to represent the point where superheavy elements don't immediately decay, Ununquadium turns out to be not so stable after all
Berkeley Lab Builds a Desktop Particle Accelerator
Multi-terawatt lasers make acceleration possible on a scale of inches instead of miles
Dark Energy: Cosmic Mojo
Physicists are increasingly certain a mysterious force is driving the universe apart. If only they knew what it was.