The biggest physics event of the year was concluded last Friday.
This may help basketball players master the art of passing the ball through the hoop every single time.
Magnetic balls are studied to understand the role of physical forces in providing stability to unstretchable materials.
According to the world-renowned physicist, the "string theory" could have the potential to be a "Theory of Everything."
Science named its 2016 breakthrough discovery of 2016 and the award goes to the detection of gravitational waves by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO).
Physicists were able to zap antimatter atoms with a laser, then precisely measure the light let off by these strange anti-atoms for the first time.
Scientists from Harvard's School of Engineering and Applied Sciences designed the world's smallest radio receiver with parts just two atoms in size.
A team of U.S. researchers observed an extremely rare quantum spin liquid in a new crystal, an ytterbium compound with the formula YbMgGaO4.
Step inside the world's largest scientific experiment, the Large Hardon Collider, in an exhibit at Queensland Museum in Australia.
Scientists have found that a photon's shape affects how it is absorbed by a single atom.
Even if the universe is not expanding at an increasing speed, there will be a need of new physics to explain what's currently happening with the universe.