Scientific American (blog) Physics Week in Review: January 4, 2014 Scientific American (blog) After all, the physics is wrong, the claim about Pluto and Jupiter is wrong, and it's based on a joke made by an astronomer nearly 40 years ago!
Former winners reflect on the Young Scientist Exhibition Irish Times After winning the prize he went on to study experimental physics and pure mathematics at Trinity and later undertook a PhD in astrophysics in Cambridge.
French Tribune Scientists behind 'God Particle' discovery preparing to solve more mysteries Yorkshire Post Scientists may also uncover more Higgs bosons – different versions of the so-called “God particle”, predicted by Nobel laureate Professor...
Warp Drive and 'Star Trek': Physics of Future Space Travel (Op-Ed) Space.com To enable such fantastical star flight, we need faster-than-light (FTL) flight, control over inertial and gravitational forces, extreme energy prowess, and the societal...
A shot in the dark: Detector on the hunt for dark matter The Almagest The search will be conducted with a recently retooled, extremely sensitive detector that is currently in a testing and shakeout phase at the University of Washington's Center for...
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