The properties of quark–gluon plasma (QGP), where the quarks and gluons are no longer confined within hadrons, lead to intriguing effects that have already been studied in heavy-ion collisions at CE...
Lively discussions and precise measurements dominated Beauty 2006, the latest international conference on B-physics. Neville Harnew and Guy Wilkinson report.
Moscow hosted this year's major summer conference, which presented the latest news across a broad range of topics. Gennady Kozlov and Simon Eidelman report.
Water is well known for its astonishing range of unusual properties, and now Thomas Mattsson and Michael Desjarlais of Sandia National Laboratories in New Mexico have suggested yet another one.
A gravitational analogue of Brownian motion could now make it possible to investigate Planck-scale physics using the latest quantum technology.
Both a history and a metahistory, this book focuses on the development of various theoretical representations of electrons from the late 1890s until 1925, and the methodological problems associated wi...
In this book the author provides a detailed introduction to the brane-localized gravity of Randall and Sundrum, in which gravitational signals can localize around our four-dimensional world in the eve...
Luis Alvarez-Gaume reviews in 2006 The Cosmic Landscape. String Theory and the Illusion of Intelligent Design.
Alongside an overview of important recent developments in supersymmetry the book covers topics of interest to both formal and phenomenological theorists.
Alan Walker describes how a schoolgirl from Scotland used steel and scintillator to test Einstein's special theory of relativity.