There are not enough stars in the universe and now astronomers think they know why. Using the Hubble space telescope, they have discovered a distant galaxy in which star formation is itself driving the
If you’re reading this, I’m guessing that at some point in your life, you dreamed about building your own robot. But then reality creeps in: building a robot is hard, and requires a lot of time and space.
Which is just what you’d expect from the most powerful, largest, and most expensive telescope on Earth. The HL Tau star system is giving birth to a litter of planets, and thanks to the Atacama Large Millimeter
Virtual classrooms are reshaping higher education. But what does that mean for more hands-on, scientific fields? You may remember 2012 as the year Whitney Houston died, or when you donated all that money
How the physics of the industrial revolution now connects cosmology and particle physics We had a particle physics seminar at UCL on Friday; we usually do. This one was from Malcolm Fairbairn and was about