Latest nuclear physics News

Quantum breakthrough: World’s purest silicon brings scientists one step closer to scaling up quantum computers
Pioneering Research Wins Prestigious EU Funding
Manchester researchers awarded prestigious funding to pursue projects that could lead to major scientific breakthroughs
Finding New Answers With Nuclear Clock
Evidence Of First Humans In Europe Unearthed
Oldest evidence of first humans in Europe unearthed
Diamonds Are Chip’s Best Friend
Unlocking the secrets of the universe: new discoveries in Gravitational Waves
World-leading ANU scientists take up key advisory roles
New appointments to the National Science and Technology Council
Hunting for Elusive Tetraneutrons with Thermal Fission
Goldmine of neutron star collision
DOE funds new research to advance computer chip technology
Australia must seize nuclear science opportunities to meet challenges on the horizon
Outstanding tribute to former President Peter Gruss
“Starquakes” could explain mystery signals
Muon g-2 doubles down with latest measurement, explores uncharted territory in search of new physics
Muon g-2 experiment moves step closer in search of new physics
ANSTO scientists would have preferred more about the physics but impressed with Oppenheimer
Curious Kids: what does a nuclear bomb actually do?
Cosmological models are built on a simple, century-old idea — but new observations demand a radical rethink
Harnack Medal for Daniel Zajfman
HERACLES beamline to accelerate cathode research
German-Israeli Excellence Program gets underway
Sir Mark Oliphant archival collection now available online
Australia sets course for nuclear submarines
Statement from the Australian Academy of Science: AUKUS nuclear submarine announcement
Researchers turn to quantum computing power to simulate, study atomic nuclei
Thousands of nuclear jobs to fill
Discovery projects’ wide-reaching impact
Underground cavern ready for dark matter experiments
Elusive “strange” nucleus is free of charge