Physicists across the globe are apparently revving up with thrill after the biggest atom smasher of the world begins whirring again to produce data.
Iris van Herpen’s astonishing designs don’t look like ‘clothes.’ They look like the future.'
Viewers including the Space X boss, Elon Musk, celebrated the historical landing of Falcon 9 last month.
This weekend, the French Jet Ski champion, Franky Zapata, has astoundingly smashed last year’s hoverboard flight record by a Canadian inventor Catalin Alexandru Duru.
Astronomers found a unique object that appears to be made of inner Solar System material from the time of Earth’s formation, which has been preserved in the Oort Cloud far from the Sun for billions of years.
Researchers have invented a nanowire-based battery that could last a lifetime.
Quantum computing reached a milestone after a quantum processor test that is able to route quantum information from various locations.
Quantum computing game creators find humans more capable than AI in solving complex problems.
Physicists are starting to accept the possibility of parallel universes -- but would everyone else buy in to the idea?
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.