02/13/2019 12:55:12
Opportunity's mission is at an end after almost 15 years exploring Mars.
Opportunity
02/08/2019 12:46:06
Emily Velasco
Antonio Rangel is a recipient of the 2018 Distinguished Scientist and Scholar Award from NOMIS, a Swiss organization that promotes innovative interdisciplinary research.
A portrait of Antonio Rangel. He wears glasses and a blue polo. Green trees are in the background
02/07/2019 09:11:50
Whitney Clavin
New discoveries from the Zwicky Transient Facility include exploding stars, near-Earth asteroids, and more.
Andromeda as seen by ZTF
02/07/2019 08:34:59
Lorinda Dajose
Newly developed sensors visually illustrate how nicotine affects cells from the inside out.
01/31/2019 13:18:17
Robert Perkins
Architected materials behave both as collections of discrete particles and as a continuous mass.
Material stretched
01/28/2019 08:26:36
Lorinda Dajose
Individualized cancer therapies are improved, thanks to two new methods for characterizing the immune system.
T cells surround a cancer cell
01/24/2019 11:51:06
Lorinda Dajose
Theory of mind, or the ability to represent other people's minds as distinct from one's own, can be difficult for people with autism. A new test provides researchers with a better understanding of the source of this difficulty.
A cartoon depiction of many people thinking.
01/24/2019 09:00:07
Whitney Clavin
Using machine-learning programs, physicists have created a precise model for the end state of black hole collisions.
simulated picture of two merging black holes
01/10/2019 14:48:32
Whitney Clavin
Caltech astronomers find new clues in the mystery of a dramatic cosmic event.
ALMA, NuSTAR and the Submillimeter Array
01/09/2019 10:18:06
Whitney Clavin
When researchers looked at an exotic object called a magnetar, located at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, they found some surprises.
Illustration of a magnetar
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