Ecologist John Harte applies principles from his former life as a physicist to his work trying to save the planet.
In July 140 truckloads of concrete arrived at Michigan State University to begin construction of the Facility for Rare Isotope Beams.
A prototype CT scanner could improve targeting accuracy in proton therapy treatment.
After 10 years as a theoretical particle physicist, Larry Abbott discovered a new passion.
The Open Science Grid enables faster, more efficient analysis of LHC data—and also contributes to advancements in fields from geology to medicine.
Students estimate their way through pop culture problems to learn a life skill.
Although the view has changed, Lucy de Barbaro still looks at life through the lens of physics.
After working with particle accelerators his entire professional career, Heather Rock Woods’ father placed himself in the path of a beam to fight cancer.
Sam Waldman uses skills gained through physics research to ensure safe travels for the Dragon spacecraft.
Companies are using an electron-beam 3-D printing process to manufacture medical implants.
In July, Johns Hopkins University physicist Jonathan Bagger will begin a six-year term as director of TRIUMF laboratory in Vancouver.
The Higgs boson and the neutrino fascinate the general public and particle physicists alike. Why is that?
When weather prevented other telescopes from tracking a potentially hazardous asteroid, the Dark Energy Camera stepped in.
Michelangelo D’Agostino taps his physics ingenuity daily as a data scientist.
Silicon microstrip detectors, a staple in particle physics experiments, provide information that may be critical to restoring vision to some who lost it.
Accelerator technology could be key to developing an effective treatment for a type of brain tumor currently considered incurable.