Shortly after the dedication of the PEP-II B-Factory at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Centre on 26 October, a team led by John Seeman resumed the task of commissioning the new electronpositron co...
Certain heavy stars at the end of their lives collapse in the most violent explosions known in the universe supernovae.
The annual CERN School of Computing displays the continual close symbiosis between computing and physics.
The Sun could be surrounded by a flat disc of neutrinos more than a billion times denser than the neutrino cloud permeating the rest of the universe.
With Brookhaven's RHIC relativistic heavy-ion collider scheduled to be commissioned this year, preparations for its experimental programme gather momentum.
A nearby active galaxy reveals a unique population of exploding stars. Astronomers at the UK’s Jodrell Bank radio astronomy laboratory have observed over 50 supernova remnants in the galaxy M82....
The furthest quasar Astronomers at the Sloan Digital Survey have broken the record for the most distant quasar ever observed. Quasars quasi-stellar objects are no larger than our solar s...
After achieving its first electronpositron collisions this summer, the PEP-II B-Factory at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center was formally dedicated on 23 October.
A recent celebration in the assembly area at Brookhaven's RHIC Magnet Facility marked the completion of magnet production for the laboratory's RHIC Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider.
On 10 August, the Greek government formally approved the establishment of a national NESTOR Institute for Deep Sea Research, Technology and Neutrino Astroparticle Physics.