An interview with Erik Verlinde, who argues that dark matter is an illusion caused by an incomplete understanding of gravity.
Testing Einstein’s masterpiece with ever increasing precision.
There is little doubt that, in spite of their overwhelming success in describing phenomena over a vast range of distances, general relativity (GR) and the Standard Model (SM) of particle physics are i...
The early 1970s was a pivotal period in the history of particle physics. Following the discovery of asymptotic freedom and the Brout–Englert–Higgs mechanism a few years earlier, it was the time wh...
Numerous experiments, many of them at CERN, are testing for violations of Lorentz and CPT symmetry in the search for new physics.
Yoichiro Nambu passed away on 5 July 2015 in Osaka. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2008 “for the discovery of the mechanism of spontaneous broken symmetry in subatomic phys...
As ICTP reaches its first half-century, the current director talks about the contribution that theorists make to society.
Steven Weinberg reflects on spontaneous symmetry breaking - an idea particle physicists learnt from Bardeen, Cooper and Schrieffer's theory of superconductivity.
Gravity and particle physics took centre stage at last year's DESY theory workshop. As chairman of the organizing committee Dieter Lüst reports, there was plenty to talk about.
John Ellis explains how far and how deep the implications of CP violation extend.