Find out about the Yangbajing Air shower Core detector array (YAC), how the ‘neck’ region isn’t just on your shoulders, and what is a K coordinate? JPhysG authors explain what their latest work is about.
Today, 6 March 2015, marks the 350th anniversary of the launch of Philosophical Transactions [of the Royal Society], the world’s first scientific journal.
How can we enhance our understanding the way theory couples to experimental work and the uncertainties which arise? Guest Editors David Ireland and Witek Nazarewicz provide a helping hand in a new JPhysG focus issue.
Researchers discuss the aim to ‘break’ the most successful theory in particle physics in a new BBC report.
This week in sunny Valparaíso, Chile, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María hosts the 7th international conference on Quarks and Nuclear Physics.
Dark matter could be lurking on our doorstep according to a new model discussed in a recent paper and Physics World blog.
Some people think that science is all equations and hard work. A lot of it is (!) but along with that comes great beauty, and every single week we’re going to prove it.
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