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08/27/2015

An extensive search with the Subaru Telescope yields dozens of dust-obscured galaxies.

08/25/2015

Summer school teaches astrophysicists to use an open source computational code developed at UCSB's Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics.

08/21/2015

The future of quantum dot light emitters looks bright due to new research at the Kavli Energy NanoScience Institute. 

08/19/2015

Researchers harness unstable responses to build new soft actuators.

08/18/2015

New dwarf galaxy candidates could mean our sky is more crowded than we thought.

08/17/2015

Berkeley Lab’s SINGLE provides images of individual nanoparticles in solution.

08/13/2015

Stanford physicist Bruce Macintosh, lead investigator on the Gemini Planet Imager, explains how this planet could help us understand how solar systems form.

08/12/2015

Mice lacking a set of receptors in one type of neuron in the brain developed compulsive, anti-social behaviors.

08/10/2015

A new stem cell study could help predict autism and may lead to new drug targets for treatment of the disorder in a subset of children.

07/31/2015

Highly confined plasmons could open a door to nanophotonics and on-chip data transfer.

 

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