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10/04/22
The New York Times

Alain Aspect, John F. Clauser and Anton Zeilinger were recognized for their experiments in an area that has broad implications for secure information transfer and quantum computing.

10/03/22
BBC Future

The arrow of time began its journey at the Big Bang, and when the universe eventually dies there will be no more future and no past. In the meantime, what is it that drives time ever onward?

09/29/22
Science

The United States and Japan are embarking on ambitious efforts to wring a key secret of the universe from the subatomic phantoms known as neutrinos.

09/28/22
AIP

Physicists are showing enthusiasm for building a new collider on US soil, and diversity and community engagement are also getting new attention.

15 spectacular photos from the Dark Energy Camera

10/04/22

The powerful camera built for the Dark Energy Survey has taken more than 1 million photos from its perch in Chile. Here are some of the best.

09/27/22

An unplanned trajectory

Cameo Lance spoke at an American Physical Society meeting about her winding path from an undergraduate degree in physics to the space industry.

09/20/22

Catching neutrinos at the LHC

After the successful initiation of two new detectors, scientists have begun to envision an expanded suite of neutrino experiments at the Large Hadron Collider.

09/13/22

The value of a physics identity

Being able to see themselves as physicists can make or break students’ ability to thrive in the field.

09/06/22

Majorana Demonstrator finds ‘tantalizing’ new purpose

Scientists are using a detector originally designed to study neutrinos to pin down an elusive nuclear physics measurement.

08/30/22

Meet Quantum Kate

The animated YouTube series Quantum Kate is a teenager’s guide to modern physics.

08/23/22

Accelerator operators: pillars of particle physics

It takes years of on-the-job training to learn the ins and outs of particle accelerator operation.

08/16/22

Design thinking and the Disco-tracker

As part of a class on design thinking, a graduate student turned her research topic into an art installation resembling a giant disco ball.

08/09/22

Four (more) things you might not know about antimatter

It’s around you, it’s a part of you, and scientists are still trying to figure it out.