The minuscule and the immense can reveal quite a bit about each other.
At a recent meeting, scientists shared ideas for searching for dark matter on the (relative) cheap.
Researchers at the Department of Energy’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory are on a quest to solve one of physics’ biggest mysteries: What exactly is dark matter – the invisible substance that accounts for 85 percent of all the matter in the universe but can’t be seen even with our most advanced scientific instruments?
The late artist June Schwarcz found inspiration in some unusual wrapping paper her husband brought home from the lab.
It’s less of a collision and more of a symphony.
The era of multi-messenger astronomy promises rich rewards—and a steep learning curve.