At 9 pm India time on April 7, physicists at an American research facility delivered a shot in […]
In the face of complaints about how so few women have been awarded this year’s Swarnajayanti Fellowships in India, some […]
Every July 4, I have occasion to remember two things: the discovery of the Higgs boson, and my […]
I was randomly rewatching The Big Bang Theory on Netflix today when I spotted this gem: Okay, maybe […]
A fascinating observation by Cixin Liu in an interview in Public Books, to John Plotz and translated by […]
Say you’re in a dark room and there’s a flash. The light travels outward in all directions from […]
One of the more fascinating bits of high-energy physics is the branch of physics called quantum chromodynamics (QCD). […]
Clockwork theory has been revived and reformulated by scientists from CERN to solve a difficult problem at the heart of particle physics.
The INO’s is a great story but stands unfortunately to become a depressing parable at the moment – the biggest bug yet in a spider’s web spun of bureaucracy and misinformation.
Particle physics is in the middle of a quandary. Let’s use it to catch up on all that we’ve missed.