A professional development program created in the United States to help teachers explain particle physics has caught on across the world.
Of the hundreds of objects in the universe emitting gamma rays, two look to be "black widows," ancient stars extending their lives by sucking in material from companion stars.
The daughter of the Tevatron particle collider’s Mr. Fix-It continues a tradition of providing cheer for operators stuck at work on the holiday.
Scientists participate in the CMS experiment from afar using remote operations centers.
Five scientists spent a Friday night on stage competing to see who could best convey the fun of particle physics.
Now that a Higgs-like boson has been discovered at the Large Hadron Collider, proposals to build colliders that churn out the new particle are gathering momentum.
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To a single, isolated particle, time’s arrow could work just as well pointing forward as backward. But it doesn’t, says the BaBar collaboration.
Physicists from all over the world work the night shift to guide the Large Hadron Collider and its particle detectors from sunset to sunrise.
Scientists at the CMS experiment at CERN have spotted an exotic combination of particles previously observed in the CDF experiment at Fermilab.