Are we about to figure out one of physics’ biggest mysteries – why there’s more matter than antimatter?

2 months ago — 5 min read

A new CERN Study sheds light on one of physics' biggest mysteries – why there's more matter than antimatter. Why do we exist? This is arguably the most profound question...

Physicists confirm 55-year-old theory using ultra-cold lithium atoms

8 months ago — 2 min read

Atomic physicists from Rice University and the University of Geneva have verified a 55-year-old theory about one-dimensional electronics using ultra-cold lithium atoms. The team were looking at new models to...

‘Super Teacher’ Jamie Costello nabs top Engineering Prize

1 year ago — 1 min read

Sutton Grammar School Physics teacher Jamie Costello has nabbed a share of a £5k Engineering prize for his school after being awarded the prestigious ERAF’s David Clark Prize this Wednesday....

Breakthrough Junior Challenge – Explaining Relativity using a pick-up truck and Usain Bolt

1 year ago — 0 min read

Hillary Diane Andales won last years Breakthrough Junior Challenge for her must-watch video explaining the theory of relativity.

Meet the 1,300km-long underground science experiment to study the world’s most elusive particles

2 years ago — 4.5 min read

In an abandoned gold mine close to Deadwood, South Dakota, construction has started on what is arguably the world’s largest science experiment. I’m part of an international team of around...

Engineers propose new method to stabilise next-generation fusion plasmas

2 years ago — 1.5 min read

Engineers have gained fresh insight into so-call 'Alfvén eigenmodes' which could bring cheap fusion power one step closer to a reality. This unstable, wave-like disturbance are produced by fusion reactions...