Stars are depicted using different colors, but are they accurate? A new scientific color palette aims to put misrepresentations to rest.
A new thought experiment explores the interface between quantum mechanics and general relativity using the transfer of information.
A set of quantum computers was put to the test by playing the notorious triangle game.
Researchers have discovered how to create and manipulate a quantum object called a “domain wall”, which exhibits particle-like properties.
Scientists have constrained the mass of neutrinos to less than 1 eV for the first time, breaking an important barrier in neutrino physics.
Scientists have turned to string theory to better understand black holes, proposing they can be modeled as “fuzzballs” made up of interacting strings.
Physicists hope to detect asymmetry in spinning black holes using NASA’s LISA telescope to finally provide proof of quantum gravity.
A new theory for the origin and nature of dark matter resolves some inconsistencies between cosmological predictions and astronomical data.
The existence of a quantum membrane is predicted by some theories of gravity, and scientists might be one step closer to identifying one.