Our universe is actually really simple, it's just our cosmological theories that are getting needlessly complex, argues one of the world's leading theoretical physicists.
Tonight at 7 p.m. ET, The Perimeter Institute will be hosting a special lecture by theoretical physicist Neil Turok, who will explain why, actually, our universe has the simplest geometry of anything we know. Streamed LIVE.
A Canadian and Japanese research win the Physics Nobel for determining that elusive neutrinos have mass.
As several 'Star Trek' fan projects exceed funding goals, how much of the franchise's success comes from the science?
The supermassive black hole in the center of our galaxy has started to stir and astronomers are pondering whether the uptick in flare activity has been triggered by the passage of a mysterious dust-enshrouded star.
Some wait for the check at a restaurant, others for Godot, and still others for a proton to decay, something that's not supposed to happen. Scientists in Japan are watching water in a deep hole, waiting to see the latter and upend particle physics.
A US-based laboratory has produced tiny droplets of a state of matter that existed in the first few milliseconds after the Big Bang after slamming particles together at close to the speed of light.
Stephen Hawking may have just solved one of the most vexing mysteries in physics — the 'information paradox.'
+ Load More