It’s not always about what you discover.
Physics professor Jason Nordhaus is working to reduce barriers to STEM for deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Building a particle physics laboratory requires more than physicists.
Can a theory that isn’t completely testable still be useful to physics?
Scientists think that, under some circumstances, dark matter could generate powerful enough gravitational waves for equipment like LIGO to detect.
One of the latest discoveries from the LHC takes the properties of photons beyond what your electrodynamics teacher will tell you in class.
A re-examination of a particle discovered in 2015 has scientists debating its true identity.
Some theorists have taken to designing their own experiments to broaden the search for dark matter.
Meet three scientists connected by the Fisk-Vanderbilt Master’s-to-PhD Bridge Program.
Video games and physics have more in common than you might think.
Respondents to Symmetry’s survey about what it’s like to earn a PhD in particle physics or astrophysics offer their views of the experience.
A Swedish university tapped the founding director of CERN’s artist-in-residence program to curate a new art exhibit inspired by physics.
Scientists around the world are testing ways to further boost the power of particle accelerators while drastically shrinking their size.
Science writer Sibusiso Biyela aims to bring science back to South Africa’s Zulu communities.
The story of the latest experiment approved for installation at the Large Hadron Collider starts with a theorist and a question about dark matter.
Some of this science sounds awfully familiar.