The biggest physics event of the year was concluded last Friday.
Scientists rally to defend findings on climate change after EPA administrator denied humans as cause.
MIT researchers created "microlenses" that could act as microscopes.
This may help basketball players master the art of passing the ball through the hoop every single time.
This could replace damaged retina and gives hope to millions of people with retinal degeneration.
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."
IBM Research scientists created the world's smallest magnet that consists of a single atom.
Multiple events on artistic portrayal of the inter-connections between quantum physics and consciousness.
This elevated quantum machine learning could operate faster than the classical algorithm.
NASA wants to generate the coldest temperatures in the universe. Here's how.