Researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory measured the behavior of charm quarks as they emerged from a trillion-degree fireball meant to recreate the early moments of the universe.
Researchers at the Technical University of Denmark made a sheet of polymer and semiconductor metal that would reflect different colors and never need repainting.
When matter and antimatter come into contact, they annihilate one another. If that were the case, though, nothing should exist.
The renowned physicist's reply to a physics teacher in Iowa in 1953 might help you understand his theories of relativity and special relativity.
Getting this kind of accurate picture of atoms' locations could help researchers create nanometer-sized structures inside hard drives.
Adding dye to a chemical solution could make a battery that can be charged and recharged 100 times without losing its ability to store energy.