We are getting a glimpse of the power of a network of gravitational wave detectors. India’s own detector will join it in 2024.
A new study has found that flocking on curved surfaces gives rise to unique patterns that nature could be taking advantage of – in our bodies, in the world.
Pauli’s exclusion principle turns 92 this month. But when it was first announced, it simply entrenched the reputation of a group of young physicists who were making leaps in quantum mechanics.
There’s a good reason you should care about the discovery of gravitational waves, even if you don’t understand the science.
We’ve been able to find that the universe is expanding faster than we thought. The LHC has produced the most data on one day. Good news, right?
It’s impossible to call out all the specious claims being made everyday but quite possible and even more relevant to call out those who popularise it without necessary checks.
An indian scientist’s disputes with Einstein’s mass-energy equivalence betray a misreading of how one of history’s most famous equations came to be.
It’s one hundred years since Albert Einstein readied his theory of general relativity, which linked up matter, geometry and light in ways that continue to astound modern physicists.