Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
A black hole at the center of a galaxy named NGC 1068 is actually the source of its own dusty torus of dust and gas.
Report highlights the first detection of gravitational waves and the discovery of distant Earth-like planets.
Three studies expand the hunt for unexplained cosmic gamma-ray signals.
The KamLAND-Zen experiment succeeded in dramatically improving the neutrinoless decay search limit.
Storage density is 500 times better than the best commercial hard disk currently available.
The color of supernovae during a specific phase could be an indicator for detecting the oldest supernovae in the Universe.
Before Hitomi Died, it Sent Back X-ray Data that Explain How Turbulent Motions May Prevent Cooling of Hot Gas.
Study examines genealogy of first detected mergers.
Film visualizes superstring theory and was supervised by supervised by Kavli IPMU Principal Investigator Hirosi Ooguri.
New class of galaxies with supermassive black hole winds energetic enough to suppress star formation.