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Mathematical physics

Winners of the Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics announced

Krzysztof Gawędzki and Antti Kupiainen share the 2022 Dannie Heineman Prize for mathematical physics. The American Institute of Physics (AIP) and the American Physical Society...
energy transition

Scientists have achieved a seemingly unattainable energy transition

A group of scientists from Basel and Bochum have successfully conducted an apparently unattainable energy transition in an artificial atom, using laser light. Making use...
positively and negatively charged ions

How positively and negatively charged ions behave at interfaces

Scientists examine the behaviour and trends of how positively and negatively charged ions interact within a solid and aqueous solution. A collaboration of scientists from...
Neutron Structure

New understandings into the structure of the neutron

An international research team with participation from Mainz and Darmstadt measures neutron form factors to examine the structure of the neutron with previously unattained...

ATLAS: pushing the boundaries of particle physics analysis

Dr Jinlong Zhang, ATLAS Group Leader at the Argonne National Laboratory, discusses Argonne’s involvement in physics analysis in the ATLAS experiment at CERN. At the...
electromagnetic radiation

Expanding our knowledge by studying electromagnetic radiation

Tetyana Galatyuk asks what can we learn from electromagnetic radiation about the state of visible matter under extreme conditions?
Low and high voltage power for research labs

Low and high voltage power for research labs

The MPOD/MMS universal low/high voltage multichannel power supply system driving innovation at some of the world’s most highly respected laboratories.
The CMS experiment and the precision frontier

The CMS experiment and the precision frontier

Professor Tiziano Camporesi, former CERN spokesman for the CMS experiment, discusses the challenges of upgrading the experiment and the importance of the precision frontier.

The GlueX Experiment: Investigating the gluonic excitations of mesons

Professor Curtis A Meyer, from Carnegie Mellon University’s Department of Physics, provides fascinating insights into the cutting-edge research conducted at the GlueX Experiment. Over the...
CERN Quantum Technology Initiative: towards a quantum revolution.

CERN Quantum Technology Initiative: towards a quantum revolution

CERN Quantum Technology Initiative has reached a significant milestone, launching a roadmap of its medium- and long-term quantum research programme.
Groundbreaking research reveals origins of high-energy cosmic particles

Groundbreaking research reveals origins of high-energy cosmic particles

Researchers at Tohoku University have discovered that mellow supermassive black holes play a significant role in the origin of high-energy cosmic particles.
neutron research centre

UK to further support of international neutron research centre

The UK government, alongside the governments of France and Germany, has agreed to maintain their support of a world-leading neutron research centre for a further ten years.
new physics

Evidence towards a ‘new physics’ beyond the Standard Model of particle physics

Towards a ‘new physics’: calculations made by scientists at the University of Bonn support the hypothesis that the Standard Model of physics should be extended.
electrons fluid-like dynamics

Groundbreaking discovery of novel metal where electrons flow with fluid-like dynamics

A group of scientists from Boston College have developed a novel metallic specimen whereby the motion of electrons flows in the same way water flows in a pipe, thereby changing from particle-like to fluid-like dynamics.
particle accelerators

US DOE invest $17.5m to enhance the research of particle accelerators

The US DOE has revealed that it will be financing $17.5m to advance the research and technology encompassing particle accelerators.
Conducting astroparticle physics experiments to understand the Universe

Conducting astroparticle physics experiments to understand the Universe

SNOLAB's Senior Research Scientist, Christine Kraus, explains how its latest astroparticle physics experiment - SNO+ - will enrich our understanding of CP-violation and the Universe.
The Future Circular Collider (FCC) feasibility study

Discussing the Future Circular Collider feasibility study

Following the recommendations of the European Strategy for Particle Physics, CERN and its international partners are now studying the technical and financial feasibility of a 100km circular collider, the Future Circular Collider integrated project.
exotic hadron

Novel exotic hadron discovered by researchers at CERN’s LHCb

With the help of the LHCb at CERN, researchers have detected a new exotic hadron that comprises two charm quarks and an up and down antiquark.

Unravelling the mysteries of the unknown and dark Universe

The Center for Cosmology at the University of California, Irvine, is on the frontier of discoveries of the nature of our cosmos – such...

Understanding solar neutrinos and the primordial Sun

Professor Wick Haxton from the University of California Berkeley discusses neutrino experiments past and present and explains how solar neutrinos may also come to...

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