A look at the It from Qubit collaboration, which aims to find out if a subtle property of quantum information, measured by qubits, gives rise to the structure of space and gravity.
Yuri Levin, CCA's leader of the Compact Objects group, writes with two others to explain how the search came together and the meaning of the chirp heard around the world.
Each Nobel award is limited to three individuals. But now that teams drive high-impact science, the Nobel Foundation should change how it awards its prize.
This collection of resources explores the physics of quantum materials, their discovery and development, the control over their properties and possible applications.
Although figures are improving, physics and astronomy still suffer some of the worst gender imbalances among STEM fields in the United States. The Women in Physics & Astronomy initiative of the Heising-Simons Foundation aims to change that.
Experiment traces how online encyclopedia influences research write-ups.