Until recently, there are only two known forms of magnetism, which are ferromagnetism and antiferromagnetism. The former is the kind of magnetism seen in refrigerators while the latter is some sort of a negative magnetism in hard drives.
New evidence suggesting the existence of a mysterious state of matter, known as quantum spin liquid, has been found by researchers in real material. The state, which was first predicted nearly four decades ago, causes the usually indivisible electrons to break into pieces.
Scientists have demonstrated "quantum surrealism" for the first time.
Scientists have shown just how a bizarrely shaped black hole could cause Einstein's general theory of relativity to break down.
Scientists may have discovered a new form of frozen water. Researchers have predicted a new form of ice that has never been seen before.
Researchers find that Saturn emits the same amount of mass per second into its magnetosphere, similar to Enceladus.
Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered that electrons in graphene actually moves like slow pouring honey.
Researchers have developed nanowires that could pave the way for new solar energy storage.
Researchers develop new "excited state proton transfer catalysis" that can enable scientists to observe and control basic chemical reactions.
A team of scientists have created a 'robotic finger' that picks up soft and fragile objects.
A team of international physicists have created a new type of artificial 'graphene.'