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11/20/20
Science

A new analysis underscores how hard it is to explain away dark matter.

11/20/20
CERN

The new collection of 200 additional software packages make most ATLAS software open and reinforces ATLAS’s commitment to open science.

11/16/20
New York Times

A physics teacher had flunked him, denigrating his abilities. He set out to prove the teacher was wrong.

11/12/20
Quanta

It has been thought of as many things: a pointlike object, an excitation of a field, a speck of pure math that has cut into reality.

Six questions physicists ask when evaluating scientific claims

11/17/20

Not all scientific claims are equal. How can you tell if a discovery is real?

11/17/20

Six questions physicists ask when evaluating scientific claims

Not all scientific claims are equal. How can you tell if a discovery is real?

11/10/20

Meet the kaon

Nearly 75 years after the puzzling first detection of the kaon, scientists are still looking to the particle for hints of physics beyond their current understanding.

11/03/20

The human side of science

Sal Wanying Fu knows there’s more to science than numbers.

10/29/20

Japan’s KAGRA searches the sky for gravitational waves

The newly operational KAGRA will bump the number of gravitational-wave observatories to four, which will allow scientists to better triangulate the source of ripples in space-time.

10/22/20

#BlackInPhysics week to build community, increase visibility

Taking place on Twitter and in webinars, #BlackInPhysics week features events geared toward Black physicists, the entire physics community and the general public.

10/20/20

The many paths of muon math

Here’s how physicists calculate g-2, the value that will determine whether the muon is giving us a sign of new physics.

10/13/20

A powerful new tool to study the cosmos

Rubin Observatory will bring new capabilities to the studies of dark matter and dark energy.

10/08/20

Imagining the unseen

An art exhibit at the Science Gallery Dublin combines art and science to illuminate the invisible nature of dark matter.