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11/22/21
Gizmodo

The Legacy Survey of Space and Time camera will scan the night sky in high resolution from its perch in Chile.

11/10/21
Gizmodo

An underground experiment in South Korea suggests an intriguing observation from 2017 was a red herring.

11/08/21
Physics Today

A strong sense of community led an early-career string theorist to share preprints in a scientifically competitive environment.

11/07/21
NPR

Manfred Steiner had a successful and productive career as a doctor. But all along, he had a nagging feeling he should be doing something else: studying physics.

How to be a better mentor (and mentee)

11/23/21

Building a fulfilling mentor-mentee relationship requires agency and investment from both parties.

11/16/21

Catherine Heymans shines as Astronomer Royal for Scotland

Heymans, the first woman to be appointed to the role, hopes to give kids and others the chance to appreciate the stars.

11/09/21

The problem-solver: Cosmic inflation

Just over 40 years ago, a new theory about the early universe provided a way to tackle multiple cosmological conundrums at once.

11/02/21

From physics to fisheries

Students in the Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program hope to use skills they developed at Fermilab to benefit Indigenous communities.

10/19/21

Eyes on the sky

There’s no one best way to build a telescope.

10/12/21

Is dark matter cold, warm or hot?

The answer has to do with dark matter’s role in shaping the cosmos.

10/05/21

How to train your magnet

New accelerator magnets are undergoing a rigorous training program to prepare them for the extreme conditions inside the upgraded Large Hadron Collider.

09/28/21

The coevolution of particle physics and computing

Over time, particle physics and astrophysics and computing have built upon one another’s successes. That coevolution continues today.

09/21/21

How COVID made physics more accessible

Accommodations necessitated by the global pandemic made participation in academic conferences easier for physicists with and without disabilities.