New physics-based formula capable of accurately predicting sudden flux in sediment flow within the water.
A team of mechanical engineers at the University of California Berkeley has had enough, so they investigated the reason why shoelaces keep on coming untied.
Time crystals are strange hypothetical structures as they have an atomic structure that not just repeats itself in space, but also in time. This means they are in perpetual motion without using energy. And scientists have just confirmed their existence.
A team of physicists from CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has made a major breakthrough in antimatter research. The group has succesfully produced antimatter using a powerful magnetic trap.
It is hypothesized that dark matter's invisible nature can be explained by dark photons that wouldn't interact with the regular matter.
NASA's Electromagnetic Drive (EM Drive), a physics-defying warp engine has recently passed peer review.
An unpublished paper from NASA reveals that the controversial EM Drive – a space engine with fuel-free propulsion system – could actually work. But critics remain skeptic about the idea saying that the engine violates the laws of physics.
The data will determine the size and shape of the black hole and could prove or disprove that Einstein's theory of relativity.
The 2016 Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to three scientists who studied the unexplored bizarre properties of matter in unusual states.
Scientists at the High Energy Physics Group (HEP) of the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg claim they have predicted a new particle that could unlock the secrets of dark matter.
In 1974, Stephen Hawking theorized that black holes may not be entirely dark and that there might be a way out of it. Today, a scientist thinks that he might have just proven this theory.
A new computer model for the origin of the universe lends credence to the idea that the Big Bang was actually more of a Big Bounce. That is, the universe undergoes a neverending cycle of contraction and expansion.
A new study suggests that cats can understand and use laws of physics in combination with their keen sense of hearing to predict the presence of an invisible object.
A team of scientists at UCLA were recently able to map 3D versions of all the atoms within a structure. Until now, we did not have the precision to show every single atom. Knowing this will likely allow engineers and scientists to build stronger structures, including aircraft.