Yes, you lot, those that like to say "But the universe HAD to have been designed, it can't have come from nowhere!" I'd like you to bite THIS, my zealous friends!
To summarise the article, they nicknamed the results "Schroedinger's Hat".
There's an exotic "particle" known as an exciton; I say "particle", but it's better defined as a type of mobile energy formed by an excited electron and an associated "hole". Anyway, scientists have trapped and cooled the excitons so effectively that they condensed and cohered to form a giant matter wave.
Yeah. You read that right. That's energy = matter, for real.
And we all know that energy doesn't disappear, it just transfers into radically different formats.
Honestly, this shouldn't be a major surprise for most logical people. After all, you put matter into your mouth and it converts to energy and so on. And that energy can then be converted to kinetic (movement), or sound, or light, or potential - all incredibly different configurations of energy. So it's perfectly reasonable that there are other forms of energy we haven't discovered yet.
After all, we're still not certain what Dark Matter is yet, except that it comes with a whole heap of Dark Energy too.
(Further reading here:http://www.washington.edu/news/articles/mathematicians-can-conjure-matter-waves-inside-an-invisible-hat)