Physics

How many subatomic particles exist?

There are two types of subatomic particles: elementary and composite particles.

A few steps closer to Harry Potter’s invisibility cloak

  Now you see it… science can make things invisible.

Ask Us: Why is it dangerous to heat water in the microwave?

Could your cup of coffee burn you?

Ask Us: Can an airplane fly upside down?

It all depends of the engine and the pilot.

Discovery of “God particle”

Scientists believe that they may have caught their first glimpse of the Higgs Boson, or “God particle”, a subatomic unit that is a vital factor in science’s understanding of the universe.

World’s smallest stirling engine developed

Technology that works on a large scale can cause spluttering in a smaller one.

New Paradigm of High Energy Physics on the Verge

It seems that CERN has successfully repeated the neutrino experiment, what’s next?

What Inflates the Universe? A reflection on the Nobel Prize 2011 for Physics

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2011 honoured revolutionary, completely unexpected observations of the inflation of our Universe.

Australian scientist wins Nobel Prize for Physics

The Universe may end in ice, according to Australian Nobel Laureate.

Upending physics? Spectacular aspects of neutrinos below, at, or above speed of light

A neutrino beam from one of CERN’s laboratories in Geneva, Switzerland, seemed to travel 0.0025 per cent faster through earth than the speed of light in a vacuum. Its final destination was the…

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