Leto Sapunar

Leto Sapunar is a freelance science journalist covering physics, space, climate, and science accountability. His work can also be found at Scientific American, Popular Science, Inside Climate News, and Retraction Watch, among other outlets. When he’s not working, he’s probably writing science fiction or climbing something, anything.

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How a null neutrino result could still help us find antimatter

The CUORE collaboration found no trace of an elusive particle that could have explained why the Big Bang left anything behind.

ByLeto Sapunar

New atomic clocks could herald in a "second quantum revolution"

The next-generation atomic clocks could bring breakthroughs from fundamental physics to navigation.

ByLeto Sapunar