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.
Physicists across the globe are apparently revving up with thrill after the biggest atom smasher of the world begins whirring again to produce data.
Scientists at the University of Manchester have discovered that electrons in graphene actually moves like slow pouring honey.
Researchers develop new "excited state proton transfer catalysis" that can enable scientists to observe and control basic chemical reactions.
A team of international physicists have created a new type of artificial 'graphene.'
Researchers have developed a new graphene oxide "paper" that changes under a small amount of strain.
Scientists have created new low-cost, nickel-based catalyst, which replaces expensive platinum catalysts, this new research is a major breakthrough for fuel cells and paves the pave for cheaper cars.
The world's most sensitive detector may have found a bit more about dark matter. The Large Underground Xenon (LUX) dark matter experiment has dramatically improved its detector's sensitivity.
Scientists have received some new insights when it comes to the creation of heavy elements.
A new, onion-like nanoparticle could be huge for biomaging, solar energy harvesting and light-based security techniques. The new particle could be huge for future innovations.
A new telescope peering into "near space" may help unravel the mysteries of dark matter. Scientists hope to use the new telescope, which examines space within a few thousand light-years of Earth- to seek answers related to the field of high-energy astrophysics.