Electromagnetism can produce a force between charges or magnets, but it is much more than a simple force.
We often speak of gravity as a force. More accurately it is a feature of spacetime. Even more accurately, we don't know what it is.
There are four fundamental forces in the universe, and each of them plays a crucial role in astrophysics.
The Stern-Gerlach effect is strangely counterintuitive, but we can use it to study the magnetic fields of stars.
Triton is Neptune's largest moon, and the largest moon it the solar system to orbit backwards.
There are lots of scientists in the world, so why do we only think of the famous ones as scientists?