Incoming director-general of KEK, Shoji Asai, describes the latest activities in Japan’s diverse high-energy physics program and how to build on the field’s successes in international collaboration.
Physicist Jeffrey Hazboun visits WIRED to answer the internet's swirling questions about physics.
Electromagnetism and the weak nuclear force are two distinct fundamental forces. That wasn’t always the case.
Results from the ALPHA experiment confirm that matter and antimatter react to gravity in a similar way.
LuSEE-Night will demonstrate whether an experiment to search for ancient radio signals can survive the moon’s unforgiving environment.
In a race against the clock, CERN engineers and technicians pulled together to find and fix a leak inside the Large Hadron Collider.
Indirectly testing this theory, motivated by the mysterious mass of the Higgs boson, could be within reach for experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.
To understand why scientists are excited about detecting a new background, just look to the history of studies of the CMB.
UK musician Consensus spins the big ideas of physics into rap and hip-hop tracks.
Unseen neutrinos, visible lives: A photographer journeys through the Midwest.
The Rubin Observatory is making education and outreach a top priority.