Since I tend to write hard-science science-fiction stories, I always peruse the science sections of various magazine, and there has been a glut of fascinating material for sci-fi authors to comb through.
Granted, it's not the type of thing most readers will care about, but if you're like me, and like basing your fiction on actual physics properties, rather than on pure fantasy, you might want to pay attention.
Most of it is still purely hypothetical, like how atoms and molecules change shape and structure inside nutrinos, but they could help explain many of the long-standing assumptions in Science Fiction which have never been well-explained or documented.
I'm already planning to incorporate many of these elements in my newest story to detail how my alien spaceships develop the 'shielded' hulls, power their 'space expanding' FTL engines, and other details that—if kept both brief and simply—readers eat up. The key is, the details have to sound authentic, and it helps if, reading about it in your story, they can then go online and look up the detail to authenticate your wild-assed claims. 'D
For anyone interested, good luck hunting.
By the way, if any authors are interested and may have missed most of the stories, send me a note and I'll email you the details and sources.