If Japan hosts the next-generation big physics project, tsunami reconstruction money might be available
Convinced that NASA will not finish the job, a private foundation intends to raise $450 million for a space mission to find asteroids that may threaten Earth.
As particle accelerators risk becoming unmanageably big and expensive to build and run, a team of European physicists hopes to solve the problem with a new accelerator design based on simple fiber-optic lasers.
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New observations reveal why the Milky Way’s dark beast doesn’t seem to be very hungry
Midair collisions drive the ferocity of these dangerous events
Studying how liquid vibrates on surfaces may yield better designs for high-tech equipment
Physicists at Michigan State University can buy supplies for $730 million machine
Government-led consolidation is arousing fears that institutes will lose autonomy and funding
Sound and light scattering off a rotating object puts new twist on classic phenomenon
Condensed matter to be target of Gordon and Betty Moore grants
Diamond-based device could detect incipient cancers
Fifteen-meter ring moved 5000 kilometers by truck and barge
World’s fastest man would still set records without help from the wind
As particle physicists in Europe and Japan rack up major discoveries such as the Higgs boson, their counterparts in the United States are about to meet in Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, to explore options for reviving their own lagging research program.
The solution to a decades-old space mystery may help save satellites from deadly radiation.
Observation raises hopes for peeking into earliest moments of the universe
The Department of Energy office that funds bread-and-butter research with the closest ties to energy and runs the department's big user facilities is facing a budget crunch after years of steady growth.
New experiment rules out previous controversial result
Sounds waves not only suspend tiny objects, they move them around, too
Giving photons a twist may sharply boost the amount of data that can be sent through optical fibers.
Tiny cantilevers may help doctors determine which antibiotic to administer in an emergency
Nigel Lockyer to take the reins at Fermilab
Bad weather pushes back Muon g-2's departure from Brookhaven
Strategy could give U.S. plans for a big neutrino experiment a boost
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