Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
An international team of researchers has uncovered characteristics about superluminous supernovae previously impossible to determine.
SLAC, Stanford researchers show that brain-mimicking ‘neural networks’ can revolutionize the way astrophysicists analyze complex data.
Scholars discuss phenomenon's significance in science, culture, religion
Whether you'll be in the path of totality on Aug. 21 or anywhere else in North America, you should be able to view the eclipse.
UChicago physicists play leading role in confirming theory predicted four decades ago.
Satellite’s cameras have been delivered by MIT researchers and passed NASA inspection.
Data rejects the hypothesis that neutrinos and antineutrinos oscillate with the same probability.
Results support view that dark matter and dark energy make up most of the cosmos.
SLAC and Stanford astrophysicists made crucial contributions to the galaxy survey.
Discovery challenges current ideas of how and where such super-charged supernovas occur.