Physicist Rick Field discusses physics, Hollywood and a recent appearance by his sister, actress Sally Field, on the Late Show with David Letterman.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel’s recommendations will set the course for the future of particle physics in the United States.
When the Large Hadron Collider restarts, it will be an even more powerful dark-matter-hunting machine.
In a few years, scientists will come out with a new map of a third of the sky, one that will go deeper and bring that depth into sharper focus than any survey has yet achieved. It will pinpoint 25 million galaxies and quasars, pulling back the curtains on the history of the universe’s expansion over more than half of the age of the universe.
Science is no longer the wallflower who doesn’t get asked to the dance, writes physicist Glen Crawford in an essay about science outreach past and present.
A new trigger system will expand what ATLAS scientists can look for during high-energy collisions at the Large Hadron Collider.
During a day of talks at Stanford University, theoretical physicist Leonard Susskind explained “Why I Teach Physics to Old Codgers, and How It Got to Be a YouTube Sensation.”
An analysis using LHC data verifies the existence of an exotic four-quark hadron.