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10/08/15
The Conversation

Where is neutrino research heading next – and what could it discover?

10/07/15
Nature

Machines that surf particles on electric fields could reach high energies at a lower price.

10/06/15
New York Times

They received the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering that neutrinos have mass.

10/06/15
The Conversation

Neutrinos take patience. But they’re worth it.

Scientists make rare achievement in study of antimatter

10/19/17

Through hard work, ingenuity and a little cooperation from nature, scientists on the BASE experiment vastly improved their measurement of a property of protons and antiprotons.

03/27/13

Astronomers give Dark Energy Camera rave reviews

Even before the Dark Energy Survey begins, the Dark Energy Camera is exceeding expectations in the astrophysics community.

03/22/13

Great minds lauded at physics prize ceremony

A crowd full of stars from the field of particle physics—along with one from Hollywood—celebrated recent achievements.

03/22/13

Great minds lauded at physics prize ceremony

A crowd full of stars from the field of particle physics—along with one from Hollywood—celebrated recent achievements.

03/20/13

Meet 63 women in STEM, and counting

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the US Department of Energy is recognizing some of the many women who make a difference in science and technology innovation.

03/20/13

Research with flair at FameLab 2013

Young scientists presented their research in three entertaining minutes at this year’s Swiss semifinal round of Famelab 2013, hosted by CERN.

03/19/13

Programmed for success

Former particle physicist John Mansour still creates analytic solutions—these days, for retail clients.

03/15/13

A different spin

In physics, spinors are used to plot the spin properties of elementary particles. In Stanford's recreational softball league, it's a whole different story.

03/11/13

Linear collider focus gets down to size

In a display of timing worthy of a blockbuster movie, a multinational team of accelerator physicists focused a beam of electrons down to the tiny size needed for a future linear collider the same w