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•  NASA Created a Rare, Exotic State of Matter in Space
•  The Milky Way Had a Big Sibling Long Ago — And Andromeda Ate It
•  String Theory May Create Far Fewer Universes Than Thought
•  Large Hadron Collider Just Spat Electron-ified Atoms to Almost the Speed of Light
•  SETI Researchers Want to End the Alien-Detection Hype
•  Life Needs Sunlight — and That Could Change Where We Look for Aliens
•  Stars (Including 1 Daredevil) Circle the Milky Way's Monster Black Hole (Time-Lapse)
•  A New NASA-Led Project Means the Search for Aliens Is Heating Up
•  Probing Exoplanet Obliquity
•  The 10 most educated countries in the world
•  Designer diamonds could one day help build a quantum internet
•  Can We Ever Trust Man-Made AI?
•  High-Energy 'Ghost Particle' Traced to Distant Galaxy in Astronomy Breakthrough
•  The Peculiar Math That Could Underlie the Laws of Nature
•  World's fastest man-made spinning object could help study quantum mechanics
•  A City-Sized 'Telescope' Could Watch Space-Time Ripple 1 Million Times a Year
•  Physicists Find a Way to See the ‘Grin’ of Quantum Gravity
•  How Einstein Lost His Bearings, and With Them, General Relativity
•  Quantum vacuum may allow stars to exist in unconventional configurations
•  Friends and colleagues from the University of Cambridge have paid tribute to Professor Stephen Hawking, who died on 14 March 2018 at the age of 76.
•  A possible experiment to prove that gravity and quantum mechanics can be reconciled
•  SpaceX Aims to Begin BFR Spaceship Flight Tests as Soon as Next Year
•  Galaxies Rotate in Sync, Raising Dark Matter Questions
•  Does general relativity violate determinism inside charged black holes?
•  Speed of universe’s expansion remains elusive
•  Top 7 Breakthroughs of 2017 That Prove We’re Living in the Future
•  PHYSICS BREAKTHROUGH: NEW FORM OF MATTER, EXCITONIUM, FINALLY PROVED TO EXIST AFTER 50-YEAR SEARCH
•  In Just 4 Hours, Google’s AI Mastered All The Chess Knowledge in History
•  Farthest monster black hole found
•  A Swarm Intelligence Correctly Predicted TIME’s Person of the Year
•  Mathematicians Awarded $3 Million for Cracking Century-Old Problem
•  Scientists Experimentally Demonstrate the “Reversal of the Arrow of Time”
•  Physicists Take Steps Towards Measuring Unmeasurable Berry Curvature
•  'Holy Grail' Hadron: Scientists Are Close to Detecting the Elusive Tetraquark Particle
•  New Map of Dark Matter Puts the Big Bang Theory on Trial (Kavli Roundtable)
•  There and Back Again: Scientists Beam Photons to Space to Test Quantum Theory
•  New definitions of scientific units are on the horizon
•  IBM Has Used Its Quantum Computer to Simulate a Molecule—Here’s Why That’s Big News
•  Gravity may be created by strange flashes in the quantum realm A model of how wave forms of quantum systems collapse reveals a way they could create gravitational fields, and perhaps even reconcile two pillars of physics
•  Scientists discover strange form of black hole at the heart of Milky Way
•  3,700-year-old Babylonian tablet rewrites the history of maths - and shows the Greeks did not develop trigonometry
•  Dark Energy Survey reveals most accurate measurement of universe's dark matter
•  World's Fastest-Swirling Vortex Simulates the Big Bang
•  UCI celestial census indicates that black holes pervade the universe
•  Cosmic map reveals a not-so-lumpy Universe
•  High-Precision Measurement of the Proton’s Atomic Mass
•  Strange Noise in Gravitational-Wave Data Sparks Debate
•  STARSHOT: INSIDE THE PLAN TO SEND A SPACECRAFT TO OUR NEIGHBOR STAR: Hundreds of engineers and scientists have come together to shoot for the stars, literally.
•  Two Students Just Broke a Quantum Computing World Record
•  An easy-to-build desktop muon detector
•  Groundbreaking discovery confirms existence of orbiting supermassive black holes
•  NASA's Kepler Space Telescope Finds Hundreds of New Exoplanets, Boosts Total to 4,034
•  China’s quantum satellite achieves ‘spooky action’ at record distance
•  Scientists make waves with black hole research
•  We Live in a Cosmic Void, Another Study Confirms
•  Scientists Finally Witnessed a Phenomenon That Einstein Thought “Impossible”
•  Charmed Existence: Mysterious Particles Could Reveal Mysteries of the Big Bang
•  A New State of Matter is Discovered – And It’s Strange
•  A Theory of Reality as More Than the Sum of Its Parts
•  Dark Energy May Lurk in the Nothingness of Space
•  What Happens When You Mix Thermodynamics and the Quantum World? A Revolution
•  Alien Civilizations May Number In The Trillions, New Study Says
•  New blackbody force depends on spacetime geometry and topology
•  Gravitational Waves Could Help Us Detect the Universe’s Hidden Dimensions
•  We could detect alien life by finding complex molecules
•  We May Have Uncovered the First Ever Evidence of the Multiverse
•  Scientists Just Discovered an Alien Planet That’s The Best Candidate for Life As We Know It
•  Physicists detect whiff of new particle at the Large Hadron Collider
•  Physicists Discover Hidden Aspects of Electrodynamics
•  A dark matter 'bridge' holding galaxies together has been captured for the first time
•  No, Dark Energy Isn't An Illusion
•  Satellite galaxies at edge of Milky Way coexist with dark matter
•  Magnetic hard drives go atomic
•  Could Mysterious Cosmic Light Flashes Be Powering Alien Spacecraft?
•  NASA is Going to Create The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe
•  Testing theories of modified gravity
•  First Solid Sign that Matter Doesn't Behave Like Antimatter
•  Physicists investigate erasing information at zero energy cost
•  NASA Just Found A Solar System With 7 Earth-Like Planets
•  Nearby Star Has 7 Earth-Sized Worlds - Most In Habitable Zone
•  Data About 2 Distant Asteroids: Clues to the Possible Planet Nine
•  Tune Your Radio: Galaxies Sing When Forming Stars
•  Coders Race to Save NASA's Climate Data
•  You Can Help Scientists Find the Next Earth-Like Planet
•  Scientists Discover Over 100 New Exoplanets
•  Why These Scientists Fear Contact With Space Aliens
•  Scientists May Have Solved the Biggest Mystery of the Big Bang
•  New Research Shows the Universe May Have Once Been a Hologram
•  Dark energy emerges when energy conservation is violated
•  Physicists measure the loss of dark matter since the birth of the universe
•  This star has a secret – even better than 'alien megastructures'
•  Testing theories of modified gravity
•  A simple explanation of mysterious space-stretching ‘dark energy?’
•  Physicists detect exotic looped trajectories of light in three-slit experiment
•  Actual footage shows what it was like to land on Saturn's moon Titan
•  Quaternions are introduced, October 16, 1843
•  The Sound Of Quantum Vacuum
•  Multiple copies of the Standard Model could solve the hierarchy problem
•  Universe May Have Lost 'Unstable' Dark Matter
•  Vera Rubin, Astronomer Who Did Pioneering Work on Dark Matter, Dies at 88

Graduate

Dr. Linda Olafsen's travel to Washington, DC
[8/25/2009]

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Dr. Lorin Matthews begins 5 year CAREER award
[8/25/2009]

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Department Welcomes Two New Faculty
[8/24/2009]

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"First Light" Captured by Department's CCD Camera
[8/23/2009]

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