Discrepancies between observations and theory regarding subatomic particles called muons may force scientists to rethink the quantum world.
Recent measurements of CERN data seem to disagree with standard-model predictions about how the Higgs boson decays, though further analysis is needed to confirm the observations.
The DUNE project will beam tiny neutrinos across vast distances. But the first step involved moving a heavier material: 1 million tons of rock.
If there’s life lurking on the moons of Saturn and Jupiter, could our instruments even detect it?
Want to avoid getting "spaghettified" by a black hole? Steer clear of the smaller ones.
Two scientists recently wagered a bottle of whiskey. The bet? Whether we'll find evidence of advanced extraterrestrial life in the next 15 years.
Observations of an enormous cosmic structure, dubbed the "Big Ring," seem to violate the Copernican principle.
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Wolfgang Pauli was a brilliant, well-liked physicist and a scathing critic of balderdash.