Asking questions that don't muddy the waters about wave-particle duality.
Ben P. Stein, Contributor
When you squeeze them with a constant force, they can crumple at different rates.
Physicist Kip Thorne addresses critiques of movie's plot elements.
Fifty years after the term "black hole" was coined, audiences and scientists remain captivated.
"Noseleaves" may significantly enhance some bat species' echolocation abilities.
Discoveries led to development of something even better than microscopes. Nanoscopes.
Two Japanese scientists and one American share prize for inventing LEDs used to make energy-efficient white light.
First a hint: my pick comes from the field of condensed-matter physics.
Reflections on more than twenty years of writing about the Nobel Prizes.
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