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.
There may be a new world record for a particle beam. Scientists have announced that Fermilab has set a new world record for the most powerful high-energy particle beam for neutrino experiments.
The universe overflows with repeating patterns-from the smallest cells to the largest galaxies. Now, scientists have taken a closer look at surfer's waves which occur not only on the ocean, but also in space.
Scientists may have developed a new design for a cloaking device that overcomes some of the limitations of existing invisibility cloaks. They've created a thin cloaking device that does not alter the brightness of light around a hidden object.
Scientists may have taken a step closer to teleportation. Researchers have successfully produced pairs of spin-entangled electrons and have demonstrated that these electrons remain entangled even when they're separated from one another.
It turns out that June is getting an extra second. Scientists have announced that Tuesday, June 30, 2015 will receive a "leap" second.