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10/12/16
Berkeley Lab

A new show narrated by Tilda Swinton immerses audiences in the search for dark matter.

10/11/16
NPR

Astronomers use the Dark Energy Camera to find a new dwarf planet in our solar system.

10/07/16

Hunting the nearly un-huntable

The MINOS and Daya Bay experiments weigh in on the search for sterile neutrinos.

10/06/16
Minute Physics

In this video, Sean Carroll explains why cause and effect aren't elements of fundamental particle physics.

Viewing our turbulent universe

12/02/16

Construction has begun for the CTA, a discovery machine that will study the highest energy objects and events across the entire sky.

08/19/16

The $100 muon detector

A doctoral student and his adviser designed a tabletop particle detector they hope to make accessible to budding young engineering physicists.

08/16/16

The physics photographer

Fermilab’s house photographer of almost 30 years, Reidar Hahn, shares four of his most iconic shots.

08/10/16

#AskSymmetry Twitter chat with Risa Wechsler

See cosmologist Risa Wechsler's answers to readers' questions about dark matter and dark energy.

08/09/16

The contents of the universe

How do scientists know what percentages of the universe are made up of dark matter and dark energy?

08/02/16

Q&A: The future of CERN

CERN’s Director General is enthusiastic about the progress and prospects of the LHC research program, but it’s not the only thing on her plate.

07/28/16

The deconstructed Standard Model equation

The Standard Model is far more than elementary particles arranged in a table.

07/27/16

The Atomki anomaly

A result from an experiment in Hungary catches the attention of a group of theorists in the United States.

07/26/16

The most important website in particle physics

The first website to be hosted in the US has grown to be an invaluable hub for open science.