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We still don’t really know what’s inside the sun—but that could change very soon
Researchers built super-sensitive chambers inside of mountains to study our host star.
Resurrected Large Hadron Collider Smashes Protons, And Speed Records
And this was only a test...
LHC’s Latest Particle Collisions Find What May Be A New Form Of Matter
Particle collisions are turning up unexpected quantum weirdness.
Chinese Physicists Teleport Photons Over 100 Kilometers
Teleportation, sci-fi-y as it sounds, is actually not fictional or even new; two years ago, Chinese physicists broke the then-current … Continued
The World’s Most Sensitive Scale Can Weigh Single Protons
Accurate to one yoctogram
Proton Transistor Could Help Machines and Organisms Communicate
Human-machine interfaces are constantly improving, but our inability to fully integrate electronics into our bodies stems in part from the … Continued
Fresh Data From CERN and Tevatron Gives A Glimpse of the God Particle
A picture starts to emerge from the fog
Particle Accelerators Could Be Used to Produce Energy (and Plutonium)
A long-forgotten physics paper holds the secret
Revitalized LHC Manages to Collide Protons
After 14 years of work and $5.5 billion, the LHC has survived faulty magnets, avian sabotage, and the threat of … Continued