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11/17/17
NPR

Astronomers in California are building the largest digital camera in the world. 

11/08/17
Berkeley Lab

The analysis from the BaBar experiment rules out a theory that connects dark photons to a mysterious muon measurement.

11/02/17
NPR

The Great Pyramid of Giza has been probed with the tools of modern particle physics.

11/02/17
New Scientist

Scientists used muons to explore inside Egypt’s Great Pyramid without moving a stone.

Q&A with Nobel laureate Barry Barish

11/14/17

Barish explains how LIGO became the high-achieving experiment it is today.

11/09/17

Fermilab’s 11th employee

Fantastical designs elevate physics in works by Fermilab’s first artist.

11/07/17

Something borrowed

SLAC engineer Knut Skarpaas designs some of physics’ most challenging machines, finding inspiration in unexpected places.

11/06/17

An international celebration of dark matter

Around the world, scientists and non-scientists alike celebrated the first international Dark Matter Day.

10/31/17

How is the Force like dark matter?

For Dark Matter Day, scientist and Star Wars fan Dan McKinsey talks dark matter and the Force.

10/26/17

CERN alumna turned deep-sea explorer

Grace C. Young is fascinated by fundamental questions about realms both quantum and undersea.

10/24/17

Speak physics: What is a cross section?

Cross sections tell physicists how likely particles are to interact in a given way.

10/10/17

A play in parallel universes

Constellations illustrates the many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics—with a love story.

10/05/17

A radio for dark matter

Instead of searching for dark matter particles, a new device will search for dark matter waves.