Tag: Asimina Arvanitaki
A new article in Quanta explores how physicists are using ultra-sensitive atomic clocks to seek hidden phenomena in physics, including…
/Apr 17, 2018
The worlds of theory and experiment collided at Perimeter Institute during a recent conference designed to spark breakthroughs in physics…
/Sep 28, 2017
New research from Perimeter suggests using black holes and gravitational waves to solve the mystery of dark matter.
/Mar 29, 2017
The discovery of the Higgs boson — one of the most monumental achievements in modern physics — required the 27-kilometre,…
/Jan 26, 2017
After the year of gravitational waves, will this be the year researchers crack the mystery of dark matter? Some are…
/Jan 11, 2017
Enormous accelerators have led to many important discoveries, but the next wave of breakthroughs could come from table-top experiments, writes…
/Dec 14, 2016
Despite making up the vast majority of stuff in our universe, dark matter remains invisible. But perhaps it’s not inaudible.
/Mar 29, 2016
Could black holes be the universe’s own accelerator experiments, churning out signals that may unveil exotic new particles – perhaps…
/Nov 27, 2015