physics

CERN: How Physics is Probing the Universe's Origins

Posted in Featured, Science on 4th Jul, 2021
by Alex Muller

The latest discovery has put the next piece in the puzzle of physics. The new upgraded LHCb detector will open the door to an era of precision measurements that have the potential to uncover yet unknown phenomena, and perhaps even physics beyond the Standard Model.

The 5 most groundbreaking scientific achievements of the decade

Posted in Featured, Science on 1st Dec, 2019
by Alex Muller

The world has seen some pretty major scientific achievements in the last 10 years, as discoveries and developments decades in the making were finally realized.

DARPA funds developing Quantized Inertia into breakthrough propulsion

Posted in Science on 20th Sep, 2018
by Alex Muller

DARPA is giving $1.3 million for a four-year study of quantized inertia (QI) for possible breakthrough space propulsion.

Anti-nuclear policies increased global carbon by 18%

Posted in Business, Featured, Popular Stories on 21st May, 2018
by Alex Muller

Anti-nuclear policies increased global carbon by 18% and added 9.5 million air pollution deaths.

Icy molecules hold 25,000 gigabytes in a space the size of a quarter

Posted in Science on 28th Aug, 2017
by Alex Muller

A major breakthrough in the field of molecular data storage proving that high volumes of data can effectively be stored in individual molecules.