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    • What Astronomers are Gleaning from a Big Blast Called "Cow" January 10, 2019
      01/10/2019 14:48:32What Astronomers are Gleaning from a Big Blast Called "Cow"Whitney ClavinCaltech astronomers find new clues in the mystery of a dramatic cosmic event.
    • Magnetar Mysteries in our Galaxy and Beyond January 8, 2019
      01/09/2019 10:18:06Magnetar Mysteries in our Galaxy and BeyondWhitney ClavinWhen researchers looked at an exotic object called a magnetar, located at the center of the Milky Way galaxy, they found some surprises.
    • Q&A: Creating a "Virtual Seismologist" January 3, 2019
      01/03/2019 16:25:23Q&A: Creating a "Virtual Seismologist"Elise CuttsGeologists and engineers team up to apply artificial intelligence to seismology.
    • Mission IMPossible December 20, 2018
      12/21/2018 08:17:26Mission IMPossibleCaltech biochemistry professor Bil Clemons is on a mission to take some of the guesswork out of how we study integral membrane proteins (IMPs).
    • Researchers Make World's Smallest Tic-Tac-Toe Game Board with DNA December 19, 2018
      12/19/2018 14:15:13Researchers Make World's Smallest Tic-Tac-Toe Game Board with DNA Emily VelascoResearchers in the lab of Lulu Qian have developed new dynamic DNA origami technology
    • Murray Lab Helps Scientists See Themselves on Mars December 19, 2018
      12/19/2018 12:17:37Murray Lab Helps Scientists See Themselves on MarsRobert PerkinsScientists take the decision of where to send a $2.1 billion rover seriously. The Murray Lab gives them the tools to make an informed choice.
    • Regulating the Rapidly Developing Fruit Fly December 18, 2018
      12/18/2018 09:28:16Regulating the Rapidly Developing Fruit FlyLori DajoseWhat once seemed like a hasty mistake in gene transcription turns out to be a useful program for a developing fly embryo.
    • Young Star Caught in a Fit of Growth December 17, 2018
      12/18/2018 08:00:06Young Star Caught in a Fit of GrowthWhitney ClavinAstronomers have witnessed a rare "FU Ori" stellar outburst in both infrared and visible light for the first time.
    • Microscopic Devices that Control Vibrations Could Allow Smaller Mobile Devices December 12, 2018
      12/12/2018 10:07:41Microscopic Devices that Control Vibrations Could Allow Smaller Mobile Devices Emily VelascoNanoscale devices can manipulate vibrations in much the same way that conventional electronics manipulate electrons.
    • New Climate Model to Be Built from the Ground Up December 11, 2018
      12/12/2018 08:35:33New Climate Model to Be Built from the Ground UpRobert PerkinsResearchers from across the country team up to re-engineer climate modeling.