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Checkelsky, Chung, LeBeau, Lee, Marelli, Slatyer, and Surendranath receive the highest U.S. award for young scientists and engineers.
In its first run, ABRACADABRA detects no signal of the hypothetical dark matter particle within a specific mass range.
The particle’s core withstands pressures higher than those inside a neutron star, according to a new study.
Nikhil Agarwal, Daniel Harlow, Andrew Lawrie, and Yufei Zhao receive early-career fellowships.
Number of proton-neutron pairs determine how fast the particles move, results suggest.
Professor Janet Conrad is on a quest to find the elusive “ghost” particle—and turn physics on its head.