Latest Quantum field theory Stories
At the Large Hadron Collider at CERN protons crash into each other at incredibly high energies in order to 'smash' the protons and to study the elementary particles of nature â€“ including quarks.
The integration of single-spin magnetoelectronics into standard silicon technology may soon be possible.
A massive particle detector that will search the reaches of outer space for antimatter and other clues about the origins of the universe began the initial steps towards its voyage to the International Space Station on Wednesday.
A large collaboration of physicists working at the Fermilab Tevatron particle collider has discovered evidence of an explanation for the prevalence of matter over antimatter in the universe.
The best theory for explaining the subatomic world got its start in 1928 when theorist Paul Dirac combined quantum mechanics with special relativity to explain the behavior of the electron.
Experiment tests underpinnings of quantum field theory, Bose-Einstein statistics of photons.
According to a new study, there may be multiple versions of the elusive "God particle," or Higgs boson.
UC Riverside physicists involved in the international research; new result brings us closer to understanding the universe and its origins.
There are enticing new findings this week in the worldwide search for materials that support fault-tolerant quantum computing.
An experiment led by a University of Alberta researcher, at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, could dramatically change our concepts of basic physics, revolutionize our understanding of the Universe and could eventually lead to technologies in future generations that right now only exist in science fiction.
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