The electrons can move up to speeds approaching the speed of light.
ETH Zurich has tested what most people can’t even wrap their heads around; electrons oscillating at near petahertz levels.
NASA recently discovered that low-energy secondary electrons have an unexpected role in creating Northern Light shows.
A newly developed laser the size of a grain of rice could lead the way to advances in quantum computing, new research says.
An invisible shield hovering some 7,200 miles above our atmosphere is protecting Earth from "killer electrons" with the power to harm astronauts, fry satellites and degrade space systems during solar storms, new research describes.
Graphene could help electrons travel in new and unexpected directions, opening up a whole new world of applications.