Happily, scientists have explained the tricky physics behind what may have caused the bowls to get so resolutely stuck in the first place.
The step forward for fusion research comes as Bill Gates this week referred to fusion power as a "promising" energy source.
For decades scientists have observed a universe that seems set to expand forever—but this won't necessarily be the case, say others.
"We didn't have any benchmarks to compare him to because he was an only child," the student's mother said.
De-emphasizing methodical work, or self-flagellating when told that inoffensive practices are in fact whiteness, help no one.
A discrepancy in the observed versus the predicted mass of fundamental particles called W bosons "could open a door to a whole new subatomic world."
Scientists have chased viable fusion energy—the same process that powers the sun—for decades as it promises an almost unlimited source of clean power.
Time travel expert Professor Ronald Mallett spoke to Newsweek and rated the accuracy of "The Adam Project," "Back to the Future," "Avengers: Endgame" and more.
One of the biggest questions in science, first posed by Stephen Hawking, has been solved without re-writing the laws of physics, according to a team of experts.
By using two circles of the northern and southern hemispheres scientists said they have created the most accurate 2D map of Earth to date.
The realization was documented by a mom and her daughter, but left viewers of all ages just as confused despite there being a perfectly reasonable explanation.
"This isn't CGI magic or a trick of the camera, and what you are seeing is a particularly interesting fluid dynamic," the Orlando Science Center explained.
Researchers have trained an AI program to control plasma in the hope that it will make potentially ground-breaking nuclear fusion a reality faster.
Virtually chargeless and massless neutrinos are so hard to pin down they've been nicknamed ghost particles. Now scientists have come a step closer to measuring their mass.
This latest breakthrough in the race for almost limitless clean power shows fusion energy is "no longer just a dream of the far future" one nuclear materials expert said.
The distant cloud of vapor enabled scientists to measure how hot the universe was in its early stages, providing insight into its mysterious expansion.
This find brings us a step closer to using artificial suns to provide limitless clean energy.
The map is only 10 percent finished, and scientists hope it will help them unlock mysteries about dark energy and the fate of the universe.
The students came across the highly energetic cosmic event while scanning through decades-old telescope data.
This type of highly dense star can produce the most intense magnetic fields in the known universe.
The tiny camera is capable of producing full-color images on par with a conventional lens 550,000 times its size, according to its creators.
Scientists have searched for the tiny fundamental particles for years, and they may hold clues to some of the biggest questions in physics.
The concept of multiple universes coexisting is a popular one in science fiction like the forthcoming Marvel movie but it is founded in science theory.
The technology developed at Northwestern University uses walls and other obscuring surfaces to scatter light like a mirror and build an image of hidden objects.
During this "almost total eclipse," the longest partial eclipse for a century, the moon will move into Earth's shadow and take on a red coloration.
After spending most of his career in medicine, Manfred Steiner decided to pursue his dream of becoming a physicist.
The "sterile neutrino" appears not to exist, meaning scientists are back to the drawing board on some of the most fundamental mysteries of the universe.
Dark matter reacts so weakly with matter it could pass through a light-year of lead.