The quantum computer developed by Chinese researchers is more efficient than all the existing supercomputers.
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 have found that a photon's shape affects how it is absorbed by a single atom.
Scientists may have discovered a long-sought-after "glueball" particle, created entirely of gluons. These "sticky" particles actually keep nuclear particles together.
Physicists may have managed to shrink the particle accelerator. They've managed to build the first prototype of a miniature particle accelerator that uses terahertz radiation instead of radio frequency structures.
Scientists have used a powerful microscope to image the three-dimensional positions of individual atoms to a precision of 19 trillionths of a meter, which is several times smaller than a hydrogen atom.
Dark energy may be hiding in our midst in the form of hypothetical particles called "chameleons." Now, one researcher has a plan to flush them out.
An Antarctic detector has found particles from beyond our galaxy. The detector has found neutrinos that travelled to Earth from space.
Scientists have created an ultra-fast electron camera that can capture some of nature's speediest processes.