Freezing antimatter could pin it down for study

Antimatter's not the easiest stuff to work with - the minute it encounters ordinary matter it self-destructs. Now, though, scientists believe they've found a way to keep it in one place for long enough to study, by cooling it right down.

Team gets first look inside anti-matter atom

Scientists have for the first time been able to peer inside an atom made entirely of antimatter and take a look at its internal structure.

Antimatter trapped for 1,000 seconds

CERN scientists have succeeding in trapping antimatter for a record 16 and a half minutes -  long enough to begin studying it in detail.