Scientists propose a modified cosmological model that challenges the existence of dark matter and dark energy.
Quantum tunneling may have ruled out a popular theory of dark matter
The composition of dark matter remains a mystery, but a new theory involving quantum tunneling may have eliminated some candidates.
Could dark matter be measured around black holes?
Dark matter could be aggregating around black holes, providing a possible means of indirectly measuring its properties.
A paranoid experiment to test the future quantum internet
A group of scientists have carried out one of the strongest tests of quantum phenomena by observing nonlocality in a network.
How does rotation affect the quantum properties of electrons?
A study explores how the behavior of electrons changes on the mesoscale under magnetic fields and rotation.
Searching for the true theory of electromagnetism
Scientists probe cosmic microwave background and black hole radiation to test our understanding of electromagnetism.
Observations shed light on neutron star paradox
Astronomers have observed neutron stars that emit more energy than is theoretically possible, and now an explanation might be in the works.
The surprising influence of shape on twisted graphene
Scientists are exploring the behavior of electrons in helicoidal graphene strips, a unique form of graphene with a twisted shape.
Scientists confirm phasons may have mass
Scientists have been unable to observe phasons with mass, but a team of physicists have finally managed it.
String theory may offer an alternative to dark energy
A new study evaluates gravity using string theory, a promising candidate for describing particle interactions at their most fundamental level.