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09/21/16
Thomson Reuters

Thomson Reuters predicts a Nobel Prize in Physics for the detection of gravitational waves.

09/20/16
CERN

CERN announced the continuation of the global SCOAP3 Open Access initiative for at least three more years.

09/13/16
YouTube

Linda Bagby keeps Fermilab's neutrino experiments grounded.

09/13/16
NPR

What exactly do physicists mean when they talk about something being "dark?"

Small cat, big science

09/21/16

The proposed International Linear Collider has a fuzzy new ally.

09/16/16

The secret lives of long-lived particles

A theoretical species of particle might answer nearly every question about our cosmos—if scientists can find it.

09/13/16

The hunt for the truest north

Many theories predict the existence of magnetic monopoles, but experiments have yet to see them.

09/09/16

A tale of two black holes

What can the surprisingly huge mass of the black holes detected by LIGO tell us about dark matter and the early universe?

09/06/16

Turning on the cosmic microphone

A new tool lets astronomers listen to the universe for the first time.

09/01/16

Universe steps on the gas

A puzzling mismatch is forcing astronomers to re-think how well they understand the expansion of the universe.

08/30/16

Our galactic neighborhood

What can our cosmic neighbors tell us about dark matter and the early universe?

08/26/16

Winners declared in SUSY bet

Physicists exchanged cognac in Copenhagen at the conclusion of a bet about supersymmetry and the LHC.

08/23/16

Five facts about the Big Bang

It’s the cornerstone of cosmology, but what is it all about?