Early in cosmic history, our universe may have bumped into another — a primordial clash that could have left traces in the Big Bang’s afterglow.
Support is growing for a decades-old physics idea suggesting that localized episodes of disordered brain activity help keep the overall system in healthy balance.
The nature of computing has changed dramatically over the last decade, and more innovation is needed to weather the gathering data storm.
Scientific data sets are becoming more dynamic, requiring new mathematical techniques on par with the invention of calculus.
Whispers of the elusive particles are becoming stronger with a series of signals that appear to be zeroing in on a leading contender.
New research has prompted a resurgence of interest in the patterning mechanisms Alan Turing proposed 60 years ago.
If a new hypothesis about black hole firewalls proves correct, at least one of three cherished notions in theoretical physics must be wrong.
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