Scientists have made a huge step forward for physics. Scientists have produced the best ever constraint of the gravitational constant measured outside of our solar system.
Scientists have created an ultra-fast electron camera that can capture some of nature's speediest processes.
For the first time ever, physicists have directly observed how a galaxy is formed.
A new study has calculated the speed of ice formation. This could be huge when it comes to calculating recovery rates in glaciers and large ice sheets.
Scientists may have solved a 300-year-old mystery. They've found out what causes pendulum clocks to sync up over time.
There's a new theory for dark matter. Researchers have found that dark matter acts remarkably similar to subatomic particles, which have been known to science since the 1930s.
Scientists have found out a little bit more about these skyscraper-high waves, which rarely break the ocean surface and instead move and dissipate underwater.
Ever tire of the maze that is city traffic?
A "massless" particle could give rise to faster and more efficient electronics. Scientists have discovered a particle that has the unusual ability to behave as matter and antimatter inside a crystal.
It turns out that CERN's Large Hadron Collider has discovered a new class of particles known as pentaquarks. The new discovery could herald a new way to think about particle physics.
It turns out that plutonium has magnetism-something that scientists have long theorized but haven't been able to prove. The new discovery holds great promise for materials, energy and computing applications.