Want to study high-energy particles streaming through the cosmos at nearly the speed of light? There's an app for that.
A new particle called the Majorana fermion is made of both matter and antimatter and physicists think it could advance quantum computer development and aid the search for dark matter.
Physicist Subir Sachdev gave a live lecture at the Perimeter Institute on Oct. 1, explaining the basics of quantum entanglement and levitating superconductors.
Harvard physicist Subir Sachdev will give a presentation on quantum entanglement and superconductivity at the Perimeter Institute on Oct. 1 during a live webcast at 7 p.m. EDT.
A drone captured sweeping aerial shots of the protest happening in Hong Kong over China's refusal to allow democratic elections for Hong Kong's chief executive.
NASA's Earth Observatory released an image of an 'O'-shaped open-cell cloud that formed over the Pacific Ocean in early September.
A plasma bubble likely contributed to the helicopter radio communication failure during the battle of Takur Ghar, part of Operation Anaconda during the war in Afghanistan.
Geologists are using 3D-printed rocks to study how oil and gas moves through underground rock and the research could have important implications for fracking.
Researchers have created an artificial atom that emits sound particles instead of light particles and the experiment could advance quantum technology.
About 700 inventors and innovators gathered here at the New York Hall of Science last weekend (Sept. 20-21) to show off cool creations and fun DIY projects at the fifth annual World Maker Faire.
Mike Senese, executive editor of Make Magazine, gave a presentation at the World Maker Faire this weekend (Sept. 20-21) on ways drones can be used for good.
The People's Climate March in New York yesterday (Sept. 21) was organized to bring awareness to the issues caused by climate change in anticipation of the UN Climate Summit.
The World Maker Faire is coming to the New York Hall of Science in Queens this weekend (Sept. 20-21).
The AMS particle detector aboard the International Space Station has found more evidence of dark matter in cosmic ray data.
Six centuries of tree-ring data have shown that coastal upwelling along the west coast of North America has become highly variable in the last half century.
A new particle detector has made it possible to generate three entangled photons that could be used in quantum telecommunication.
Researchers from NASA and Washington University will launch a telescope called X-Calibur to measure X-rays from black holes.
Researchers discovered fossils from an ancient swamp creature in Egypt that they named after Mick Jagger from the Rolling Stones for its huge lips.
A new particle detector called Belle II could help explain more about New Physics beyond the Standard Model and reveal insights into antimatter.
Researchers developed a technique to calculate quantum wave functions 350 times faster than previous methods.
A team of evolutionary psychologists discovered that a few facial muscle groups are responsible for a universal "angry face."
New research suggests that spending more time with electronic devices and less time with face-to-face interaction is making kids worse at recognizing and reading emotions in others.
NASA's Earth Observatory released a photo of a giant supercell thunderstorm that formed over North Carolina in May.