New data cast doubt on extraordinary gravitational-wave claim
Ben P. Stein, Contributor
South Pole telescope readings could confirm early universe’s rapid expansion.
Researchers from the BICEP2 experiment are announcing evidence for the detection of gravitational waves.
Nobel committee also cites Large Hadron Collider experiments as confirming the Higgs particle.
Is cancer is more of a primitive response to a body malfunction than an attack of genetic mutants?
Today, in Baltimore, physicists presented several insights on fighting diseases.
Groundbreaking experiments on individual particles pave way for exploring and exploiting strange quantum world.
Scientists used new theoretical models and high-speed movies of dice rolls to illustrate findings.
Hypothesized nearly 50 years ago, the Higgs particles would permeate space and gives other particles their mass.
Scientists announced new results this week from the Human Microbiome Project
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