LEGOs and quantum computers? Yup!
The planet's magnetic north pole is shifting at an alarming rate. Luckily, our magnetic model has received a much needed update.
The findings may prove to be revolutionary.
As the Hans Sigrist Prize is claimed by Ignas Snellen for groundbreaking exoplanet research, the message is clear--the search for other worlds is heating up.
A much needed upgrade to the LIGO detector enables scientists to cast a wider net to catch gravitational waves.
The ESA's CHEOPS satellite launches later this month with the mission to select exoplanets suitable for in-depth investigation.
Classic science, budding its way into something that's been going on for millennia.
Astronomers have identified a runaway star travelling at an incredible 6 million kilometres per hour, ejected by the supermassive black hole at the centre of our galaxy 5 million years...
The mystery of how complex carbon molecules--buckyballs-- came to be detected in interstellar space may have been solved.
Researchers have used ground-penetrating radar to find overlapping tracks from 12,000 years ago.
Unsinkable ships could become a reality with such technology.
This is not good news.
The uncertainty principle provides a constant hindrance to the sensitivity of equipment such as LIGO's interferometer and new research shows, avoiding it is going to be even harder than we...
Sick of plastic waste? So are these researchers.
Some bubbles were up to 750 feet (228 meters) across.
In smaller galaxies, large-scale winds from active black holes could hinder the formation of stars.
A new record for the most atoms placed in a quantum superposition simultaneously has been set by researchers - pushing the boundary of massive particles showing quantum effects.
It's a space-time-bender!
Brilliant art for brilliant scientists.