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.
With this move, ICARUS now sits in the path of Fermilab's neutrino beam, a milestone that brings the detector one step closer to taking data.
A year after detecting a neutron star collision, scientists are excited for the future of multi-messenger astronomy and astrophysics.
An intrepid Symmetry writer and communicator at CERN navigates the landscape above the Large Hadron Collider by bicycle.
The Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment is advancing technology commonly used in dark matter experiments—and scaling it up to record-breaking sizes.
A new review in Nature chronicles the many ways machine learning is popping up in particle physics research.
Sometimes teenage rebellion means going for a degree in physics.
The idea that science skills are innate and great discoveries are made only by “lone geniuses” is losing traction in STEM.
Fermilab’s Lia Merminga talks to Symmetry about her early experiences in STEM and her drive to solve science’s unanswered questions.
Machine learning will become an even more important tool when scientists upgrade to the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider.
Making new discoveries may require writing new software first.
LGBT+ scientists offer advice for promoting inclusivity in a guide written for the physics and astronomy community.
Meet four physicists who have found different ways to apply the skills they learned through their studies of the Higgs boson.
Nothing beats a small experiment for the breadth of experience it gives the scientist.
These are the event displays of Large Hadron Collider physicists’ dreams.