An art installation at the Australian Synchrotron provides insight into experimental physics.
A former physicist uses accelerator data to create artistic visualizations.
Do you think scientists have the answers to all the questions? As these researchers admit, there’s still so much to discover. Particle physics is brimming with mysteries and unknowns.
In its first five years gazing at the gamma-ray sky, the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope provided new insights into cosmic puzzles ranging from dark matter to blazars—and added a few new puzzles to the list.
For a little over a month this summer, a huge electromagnet slowly journeyed from New York to Illinois, offering great photo opportunities along the way.
Fermilab physicist Todd Johnson spends his work and vacation hours with accelerators. What he produces during each are two very different things.
Kids of all ages flocked to SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to learn about the universe and have fun doing it.
What may be the world’s largest freestanding plastic structure is taking shape in Ash River, Minn. You’re invited to watch.
SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory honors its five-decade history as it forges ahead into new areas of scientific research.
In Gran Sasso National Laboratory’s cavernous Hall B, beneath 1400 meters of rock, amongst huge detectors of neutrinos and dark matter, Italian actor Marco Paolini spoke. And more than one million people listened—and watched.