David Appell highlights theoretical physics predictions that have rocked our understanding of how the world works
Robert P Crease laments the disappearance of a landmark in US science history
Should ATLAS, CMS and LHC physicists have shared some of the 2013 prize?
Sidney Perkowitz on two physicists who helped lay the foundations of forensic science
Physics World celebrates the laser's 60th anniversary with a collection of articles on its history, development and applications
Margaret Harris reviews Trinity: the Treachery and Pursuit of the Most Dangerous Spy in History by Frank Close
Debating the ‘quantum bottleneck’, a fictional Spanish physicist and the science of synchronized pendulums
The podcast team discusses careers for physicists, quantum hype and the best way to honour "hidden figures" in science history
Huygens was first to notice that pairs of linked pendulums can swing in synchrony. But as Jonatan Pena Ramirez and Henk Nijmeijer explain, mystery still surrounds the behaviour of synch...
Andrew Robinson reviews Zwicky: the Outcast Genius Who Unmasked the Universe by John Johnson Jr
Robert P Crease examines why Feynman diagrams have proved so useful