A new project at the University of Warwick and UCL aims to answer a fundamental question of quantum physics, by attempting to make a diamond exist in a superposition of two places at once.
A new telescope, made up of two identical arrays on opposite sides of the planet, will track down sources of gravitational waves. The Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO), led by the University of Warwick, will help shepherd in a new era of gravitational wave science.
The Large Hadron Collider has been restarted successfully today, after undergoing significant upgrades with contributions from University of Warwick physicists.
University of Warwick researchers receive over £2 million funding in boost to UK particle physics community
Scientists investigating the Universe’s most fundamental building blocks at the University of Warwick have received £2.57 million to continue their work revealing its mysteries.
Have you ever wondered whether there were any other planets we could live on, or considered what happens after you have put that little stick up your nose for your COVID test? Fancy learning about slime or brain science – or wondered ‘exactly what is a tardigrade’? All the answers will be served – along with a cup of tea and slice of cake – at the University of Warwick’s Slice of Science event on Sunday (13 March).