Theoretical physics breakthrough: Generating matter and antimatter from the vacuum
Under just the right conditions -- which involve an ultra-high-intensity laser beam and a two-mile-long particle accelerator -- it could be possible to create something out of nothing, according to University of Michigan ...
Marine technology inspired by dolphins' speed
Repulsive gravity as an alternative to dark energy (Part 2: In the quantum vacuum)
A 'New Dimension' at the LHC
Scientists demonstrate quantum state exchange between light and matter
New Theory of the Universe Marries Two of its Biggest Mysteries
Toward pure white light: Next-generation LEDs show bright promise
Scientists in India are reporting an advance toward discovering a Holy Grail of the illumination industry — a white LED, a light-emitting diode that produces pure white light suitable for interior lighting of homes, offices ...
In radiation 'ventriloquism,' electromagnetic waves travel backwards
Solar cells make OLEDS luminous enough for mobile devices
Physicists persevere in quest for inexhaustible energy source
As gas prices soar and greenhouse gases continue to blanket the atmosphere, the need for a clean, safe and cheap source of energy has never seemed more pressing. Scientists have long worked to meet that need, ...
Advancing the study of antimatter
Physicists 'See' Single Top Quarks at the Tevatron
All change at the Earth's core
It is hard to know what is going on over 3000 km beneath our feet, but until recently scientists were fairly confident that they understood the way the iron atoms in the Earth’s core packed together. However, ...
Scientist float levitation theory
St Andrews scientists have discovered a new way of levitating tiny objects - paving the way for future applications in nanotechnology.