Archives: Scientific American

An ancient meteorite has now yielded the first physical evidence that intense magnetic fields played a major role in the birth of our solar system.

If dark matter comes in both matter and antimatter varieties, it might accumulate inside dense stars to create black holes

The state of our body affects how we think the world works

These particles should not have mass, but they do. By sending neutrinos through the ground from Illinois to Minnesota, physicists hope to learn why

Fiercer winds from the Southern Ocean means a faster meltdown of ice

Scientists try to untangle the relationship between a temporary effect and a permanent condition

Hubble spots a star in our galaxy’s halo that likely predates its oldest star clusters

Over the past couple of decades, tornado season has seen a lot more variation than it used to. Not only have some of the earliest and latest starts to the tornado season been recorded since the mid-1990s, but tornadoes are seeming to cluster together so that there are fewer days with tornadoes, but more tornadoes on the days that do have them, a new study finds.

La rehabilitación con ayuda de robots y la estimulación del cerebro con ondas magnéticas logra reconectar fibras nerviosas afectadas por heridas en la espina dorsal

A tomato expert and viola player uses plant statistics to trace the history of the violin