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We already know neutrinos break the mold of the Standard Model. The question is: By how much?
These international projects, selected during the process to plan the future of US particle physics, are all set to come online within the next 10 years.
Our best model of particle physics explains only about 5 percent of the universe.
To keep up with an impending astronomical increase in data about our universe, astrophysicists turn to machine learning.
Fermilab scientists are harnessing quantum technology in the search for dark matter.
Three new studies show the promise and challenge of using plasma wakefield acceleration to build a future electron-positron collider.
A specialized measuring machine at SLAC is helping scientists build precise detectors for the ATLAS experiment.
Behind some of the world’s biggest scientific instruments are teams with a set of skills you can’t find anywhere else.
Particle physicists and astrophysicists employ a variety of tools to avoid erroneous results.
SuperCDMS physicists are testing a way to amp up dark matter vibrations to help them search for lighter particles.
Scientists looking for tiny particles off the coast of Italy stumble upon a much bigger research subject.
This instrument developed for DUNE can take 48 temperatures simultaneously and with expert precision.
Twenty photos, two detectors, one goal.
Willie Rockward applied to college with pro football dreams, but a physics scholarship set him on a different path.
The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory has a new digital assistant.