October 01, 2014breaking : Daya Bay places new limit on sterile neutrinos
The Daya Bay experiment, famous for studying neutrino mixing, is branching into a new area of neutrino physics.
September 30, 2014feature : Accelerating the fight against cancer
As charged-particle therapies grow in popularity, physicists are working with other experts to make them smaller, cheaper and more effective—and more available to cancer patients in the United States.
September 29, 2014breaking : CERN turns 60
CERN celebrates six decades of peaceful collaboration for science.
September 26, 2014signal to background : CERN gets new Guinness World Records title
The global authority on superlatives celebrates a tiny particle found in a massive machine.
September 23, 2014feature : When research worlds collide
Particle physicists and scientists from other disciplines are finding ways to help one another answer critical questions.
September 22, 2014breaking : Cosmic dust proves prevalent
Space dust accounts for at least some of the possible signal of cosmic inflation the BICEP2 experiment announced in March. How much remains to be seen.
September 18, 2014breaking : Pursuit of dark matter progresses at AMS
A possible sign of dark matter will eventually become clear, according to promising signs from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer experiment.
September 17, 2014signal to background : XKCD creator answers ‘What if?’
Randall Munroe, author of the webcomic xkcd, has found another outlet for his inquisitive nature.
September 16, 2014feature : Science gets social
If you like your science with a cup of coffee, a pint of beer or a raucous crowd, these events may be for you.
September 15, 2014signal to background : Sci-fi writers, scientists imagine the future
A new project pairs science fiction authors with scientists to envision worlds that are both inspiring and achievable.