Physics has long looked to harmony to explain the beauty of the Universe. But what if dissonance yields better insights?
Scientists completing an advanced millimeter telescope scheduled to be installed at the Simons Observatory in Chile next year have turned to metamaterials, a broad class of manufactured materials composed of structures that are finer than the wavelength of visible light, radio waves and other types of electromagnetic radiation.
Biologists are uncovering how tiny timekeepers in our cells might govern body size, lifespan and aging.
New radio-based observatories could soon detect ultrahigh-energy neutrinos, opening a new window on extreme cosmic physics.