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Physicists have finally caught a brief glimpse of massless subatomic particles that were first predicted to exist 85 years ago. It’s the elusive Weyl fermion.
Lead poisons hundreds of thousands of children. In Chicago, experts show how the toxic metal hurts test performance in school.
Some atoms and molecules have a positive or negative electrical charge. These are called ions.
A new game can make aspects of learning chemistry fun. Pair charged elements together to create neutral compounds. Win points in the process.
Rewritable paper could save money, preserve forests and cut down on waste — and all without using any ink.
An environmentally friendly lighting technology promises not only to save energy but also to transform our indoor environment.
Scientists have confirmed the existence of a new, short-lived superheavy element. For now, they’re calling it ununseptium.
This is the time to beat — the world’s most accurate atomic clock ever. At its heart is a ‘fountain’ of cesium atoms chilled nearly to absolute zero!