Using the motion of sound waves through a superfluid liquid, scientists can model the Universe’s evolution on a reasonable time scale.
Scientists put chiral perturbation theory to the test with a set of new experiments that have helped define fundamental properties of protons.
Quantum gravity seeks to describe gravity according to the principles of quantum mechanics, but can it be done?
Optimizing plasma instabilities within a nuclear fusion reactor will pave the way for its use as a clean source of perpetual energy.
Oscillations measured in the orbits of a pair of black holes have once again helped confirm predictions made using general relativity.
Exploiting defects in 2D hexagonal boron nitride to create reliable single photons, researchers have upped their quantum encryption game.
Researchers have found that supernovae explosions are preceded by observable radiation whose features should make it possible to distinguish the radiation of a future supernova from other light sources in space.
Researchers at the Southern University of Science and Technology in China ask if gravitons can be promising candidates for dark matter components.
Cold ytterbium atoms were used to test a fundamental theory which describes phenomena in solids such as magnetism and superconductivity.
A new experimental technique could push the capabilities of particle accelerators in exploring the subatomic world.