Researchers found that there’s about six times as much dark matter in the universe as there is regular matter, a finding consistent with previous measurements.
U.S. scientists have precisely measured the total amount of matter making up the cosmos, concluding that dark energy accounts for 69 % of the total mass-energy budget with normal and dark matter being 31.5 %.
We have made a great deal of progress in understanding brain activity, and how it contributes to human behavior. But what no one has so far managed to explain is how all of this results in feelings, emotions and experiences.
A pulse of laser light resulted in a stable "supercrystal" created by a team of U.S. researchers. The team's goal is to discover interesting states of matter that do not exist in equilibrium in nature.
Until now, astrophysicists had only been able to locate about two-thirds of the ordinary matter. In the new research, an international team pinned down the missing third.
A tiny fraction of dark matter could have a charge, allowing it to interact with regular matter during the time between the Big Bang and formation of the Cosmic Microwave Background, some physicists say.
A team of researchers have demonstrated the existence of an enigmatic new form of matter, which has perplexed scientists since it was first theorized almost 50 years ago..
Previously undetected matter was found in the form of gas filaments between galaxies, which is a major step toward explaining the structure of the cosmos.
Physicists at CERN have reported an unexplained phenomenon in their giant ion collider device - for the first time ever, particles called 'strange hadrons' have been observed in rare proton collisions.
Two separate research teams managed to create what looked an awful lot like time crystals back in January, and now both experiments have successfully passed peer-review for the first time, putting the 'impossible' phenomenon squarely in the realm of reality.
Supersolid is crystalline and superfluid at the same time.
Two teams built a time crystal, the first examples of a non-equilibrium form of matter.
From stationary to flying qubits at speeds never reached before... This feat brings us a little closer to the era when information is transmitted via quantum principles.
Three scientists working in the United States were honored for discoveries of "topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter".
An international team of astronomers reports that they were able to achieve four times better precision in measurements of how the universe's visible matter is clustered together by studying the empty spaces in between.