Neutrino trident production may offer powerful probe of new physics
Massive neutrinos may not bring about cosmological concordance after all
Repulsive gravity as an alternative to dark energy (Part 2: In the quantum vacuum)
Decoding cosmological data could shed light on neutrinos, modified gravity
Physicists propose search for fourth neutrino
Hide and seek: Sterile neutrinos remain elusive
The Daya Bay Collaboration, an international group of scientists studying the subtle transformations of subatomic particles called neutrinos, is publishing its first results on the search for a so-called ...
Detecting neutrinos, physicists look into the heart of the Sun
Using one of the most sensitive neutrino detectors on the planet, an international team of physicists including Andrea Pocar, Laura Cadonati and doctoral student Keith Otis at the University of Massachusetts ...
Mysterious X-ray signal intrigues astronomers
(Phys.org) —A mysterious X-ray signal has been found in a detailed study of galaxy clusters using NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and ESA's XMM-Newton. One intriguing possibility is that the X-rays are ...
No evidence of the double nature of neutrinos
After two years of searching for a special radioactive decay that would provide an indication of new physics beyond the standard model, an experiment deep under ground near Carlsbad has so far found no evidence ...
Researchers at Super-Kamiokande report solar neutrino signal is slightly stronger at night (Update)
NOvA experiment sees first long-distance neutrinos
(Phys.org) —Scientists on the world's longest-distance neutrino experiment announced today that they have seen their first neutrinos.
Massive neutrinos solve a cosmological conundrum
(Phys.org) —Scientists have solved a major problem with the current standard model of cosmology by combining results from the Planck spacecraft and measurements of gravitational lensing to deduce the mass ...
World's largest particle detector IceCube detects first high-energy neutrinos from the cosmos
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, a particle detector buried in the Antarctic ice, is a demonstration of the power of the human passion for discovery, where scientific ingenuity meets technological innovation. ...
Could a Milky Way supernova be visible from Earth in next 50 years?
Astronomers at The Ohio State University have calculated the odds that, sometime during the next 50 years, a supernova occurring in our home galaxy will be visible from Earth.