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09/07/15
Cosmos

New results help establish what dark energy is not.

09/06/15
Ars Technica

Three different experiments saw hints of the same result.

09/04/15
CNN

Hawking's new ideas may point us in the right direction.

09/01/15

Combined results find Higgs still standard

The CMS and ATLAS experiments combined forces to more precisely measure properties of the Higgs boson.

QuarkNet takes on solar eclipse science

08/16/17

High school students nationwide will study the effects of the solar eclipse on cosmic rays.

02/12/13

Fermilab documentary offers inside look

A new documentary about the people and science of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is now available on YouTube.

02/11/13

Help choose the next iconic ‘Big Science’ image

It's time to cast your vote for this year's Particle Physics Photowalk winner.

02/04/13

What’s next for the Large Hadron Collider?

Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider made a major discovery, but the world’s highest-energy particle accelerator is just getting started.

02/03/13

Drell and Gates receive National Medal

Two scientists whose work has made a lasting impact on particle physics received the National Medal of Science at a White House ceremony.

01/30/13

Tiny bubbles

A hipster detector searches for the crystalline “plink” of dark matter.

01/28/13

Illuminating the dark universe

The pursuit of dark matter and dark energy is one of the most exciting—and most challenging—areas of science.

01/28/13

Dark energy goes to Nerd Nite

More than 250 self-proclaimed nerds pack a bar in the heart of San Francisco to learn something new.

01/24/13

Physics and the wisdom of crowds

Researchers apply the rules of particle physics to the world of online shopping and recommendation engines, and suggest it may be unwise to rely on popular opinion.