Lisa Randall on the future of particle physics
Erik Gauger explains how birds possess quantum compasses for navigation
Nobel laureate on why it pays to be an 'oscilloscope and laser guy'
On winning his Nobel, his time on the Manhattan Project and working alongside other physics greats
On why children should be exposed to quantum mechanics from an early age
Vitaly Ginzburg – one of the most prominent Russian theoretical physicists of the 20th century – talks exclusively about his achievements in physics, his distrust of the church...
Nuclear astrophysicist Alex Murphy shares his views on the nature of dark matter and gets excited over the forthcoming restart of the ZEPLIN III detector
Inspiring public interest in the night sky is one of the key objectives of the International Year of Astronomy. You can be sure then that the Public Astronomer of the UK – Marek Kuk...
An exclusive interview with CERN press chief James Gillies, who discusses media management, modified logbooks and magnet repairs
Marie Freebody speaks to Rick Trebino about the intricacies of measuring ultrashort pulses and how the devices that characterize such pulses can be commercialized