Extra time dimensions provide scientists with a new way to think about phases of matter for more stable qubits and robust quantum computers.
The LUX-ZEPLIN detector is now operational and ready to capture weakly interacting particles believed to be the constituents of dark matter.
Physicists have reported the observation of a tetraneutron, a subatomic particle consisting of just four neutrons.
An elusive new elementary particle called the sterile neutrino may have just been spotted by physicists.
Quantum computing to process large amounts of data tested by bringing together complementary and versatile quantum processors.
Researchers put quantum electrodynamics to the test, pushing the boundaries of the Standard Model of physics.
Understanding the physics of plasma instabilities and developing the ability to control them is crucial for a working nuclear fusion reactor.
The first direct observation of the dead-cone effect, which arises during the high energy collisions of strongly interacting particles.
Using bilayered graphene, physicists explore the possibility that our reality is only one half of a pair of interacting worlds.
The impact of virtual particles on accelerating objects in a vacuum has never been observed, and a new thought experiment aims to rectify this.