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01/19/18

First cryomodule for ultrapowerful X-ray laser arrives

A Fermilab team built and tested the first new superconducting accelerator cryomodule for SLAC’s LCLS-II project.

01/12/18
Nature

The quest to explore the frontiers of physics will heat up next month in Japan, when the Belle II experiment is scheduled to begin.

01/11/18
Wired

Xenon, the lifeblood of dark matter experiments, isn't so easy to get.

01/10/18
Fermilab

DES also announced the discovery of eleven stellar streams, evidence of small galaxies being eaten by the Milky Way.

The biggest little detectors

01/18/18

The ProtoDUNE detectors for the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment are behemoths in their own right.

01/16/18

Voyage into the dark sector

A hidden world of particles awaits.

01/10/18

Rivers in the sky

Local communities named newly discovered stellar streams for bodies of water close to home.

12/21/17

Not an ugly sweater party

University College London scientists make physics festive with sweaters and songs at their annual holiday gathering.

12/21/17

The 12 Days of Physicsmas

Add some science to your holiday carols.

12/19/17

Machine evolution

Planning the next big science machine requires consideration of both the current landscape and the distant future.

12/15/17

A trip into totality

This summer, physics students were offered a unique opportunity to study cosmic rays during the total solar eclipse.

12/12/17

Physics books of 2017

Gravitational waves take the top spot in Symmetry writer Mike Perricone’s yearly round-up of popular science books related to physics and astrophysics.

12/07/17

The PhD pioneers

Wenzhao Wei and Dan Rederth are the first to earn physics PhDs within the state of South Dakota.