If this fundamental symmetry of the universe doesn’t hold, it could break open new physics.
Physicists at the BaBar experiment have seen evidence pointing to a hole in the Standard Model of physics.
New results from two separate experiments could hint at the first sign of completely new physics in the world of the very small.
White chocolate and dark chocolate taste nothing alike, yet share the same name. One of them, however, is not truly chocolate.
Authorities have linked the discovery of a foot inside a shoe to a previously unreported death in Yellowstone National Park on July 31.
At 'supercriticality,' the difference between the liquid and gas phases of a material seems to disappear. New research finds that this weird tipping point may be simpler than scientists thought.
People have responded with outrage over the news that aborted fetuses were routinely burned at an incinerator in Oregon that used medical waste to generate electricity.
The holes form a straight line and appear at regularly repeating distances, and they are surrounded by tiny mounds of sediment.
The so-called Iron Man is the only known human figure carved from meteorite, and it may be "invaluable," scientists say.
If you're in a random group of people, what are the chances that two of the people will have the same birthday?
Legend has it that the soul weighs 21 grams, but science can neither prove the existence of the soul nor weigh one.
Soda's effervescence comes from processes that super-saturate the liquid with carbon dioxide, which later escapes from the soft drink as tiny, effervescent bubbles.
Here's what the science says about whether everyone or only those with the right genes can wiggle their ears.