Scientists with the Department of Energy’s Los Alamos National Laboratory say they have produced a new method that allows them to introduce hard physics constraints to the structure of neural networks.
An algorithm that allows more precise forecasts of the positions and velocities of a beam’s distribution of particles as it passes through an accelerator has been developed by researchers with the Department of Energy (DOE) and the University of Chicago.
According to a group of physicists, witness descriptions of the famous 2006 Chicago O’Hare UAP incident are suggestive of a form of advanced propulsion that may one day revolutionize space travel.
Physicists say they have reconciled the third law of thermodynamics with quantum physics, in new research that proves absolute zero is theoretically possible.
Physicists report a discovery they say could upend our long-held scientific views involving the phenomenon that causes the photoelectric effect.
A team of Yale physicists says they have detected evidence of a time crystal in a very unlikely place, according to new research.
A team of physicists says they have observed the most significant isospin mixing recorded to date during beta-decay experiments, a finding that could upset our current accepted understanding of the nuclear force.
A group of theoretical physicists says that a superluminal world possessing three time dimensions and one space dimension could change our concept of time.
Wormholes may have already been detected, but have been hiding in plain sight, according to a team of Bulgarian physicists.
An international team of physicists says it has discovered a new way to measure time, in a research effort that led to the creation of a kind of “quantum watch.”
Composed entirely of strange “quark matter,” astronomers believe they may have discovered a long-rumored space object possessing unusual stellar qualities.
During a recent lecture at the University of Michigan that I gave, I was asked why the arrow of cosmic time is characterized by a transition from simplicity to complexity.
New discoveries by a team of astrophysicists are pointing to revelations that could challenge Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation.
Researchers are closing in on the mystery of the arrow of time, and how cells and particles could be the source for various phenomena that gives rise to the human concept of time.
Dr. Nir Lahav explains how a relativistic approach to the hard problem of consciousness may help us unravel some of the perplexing questions we have about the brain, and other mysteries of the mind.
Astrophysicists have revealed a once-hidden ring of light in “remastered” versions of the historic first images of a black hole.
Researchers with DeepMind have succeeded in teaching an AI system fundamental ideas in physics using videos of optical illusions.
Our ultimate cosmic destiny is to become dark matter. For now, let’s enjoy the light show while it lasts.
Gravity remains one of the great mysteries of modern physics, and this Toronto-based researcher thinks a new theoretical model may finally help to resolve it.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo are looking at the Unruh effect, an obscurely named sci-fi staple famously depicted in "Star Wars".
The famous double-slit experiment has puzzled scientists for decades, but now a new breakthrough might change our perception of it.
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Microsoft's Azure Quantum program has found a new way to synthesize quantum computers, making them more of a reality in our future.
The likelihood of us finding extraterrestrial technological objects depends on our willingness to look for them, and not just on whether the extraterrestrials had sent them.
A newly proposed experiment could prove (or disprove) that information itself is the fifth element of physical matter.
The proper interpretation of recently acquired satellite data relies on Einstein's theory of general relativity, which still presents the best description of gravity as we know it.
Reports of odd sounds associated with bright meteors over the years point to a longstanding mystery of physics.
Scientists have turned light into matter, and its counterpart antimatter, all in one step proving a nearly century-old theory as correct.
In a recent study, physicists with the University of Iowa say they have discovered a new new feature...
A rare event predicted by a Nobel Laureate has been confirmed by scientists with the IceCube South Pole Neutrino Observatory.