Scientists have, for the first time, created stellar dust in the lab that is belched into space by dying stars in an effort to understand its role in forming planets.
It may not be the long-awaited news about a Higgs boson discovery, but an "interesting" announcement will soon come from scientists analyzing data from the Tevatron particle accelerator.
So not to feel left out, scientists at Fermilab have released their own rap video, but will it top the famous European nerdcore "LHC Rap"?
Those pesky physicists are at it again; they want to build a laser so powerful that it will literally rip spacetime apart.
You wouldn't think a sunken ship from 2000 years ago could hold the key to the success of a neutrino detection experiment, except perhaps in a Hollywood movie. But sometimes truth really is stranger than fiction.
It seems antimatter might have a bit of a weight problem these days. A U.S. particle accelerator has produced antimatter helium-4, an extremely rare -- and heavy -- particle.
Did you miss the big news from Fermilab last week? It seems that a bunch of proton-anti-proton collisions exhibit a slight asymmetry in the number of muons produced compared to anti-muons.
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