U alum Thomas Stucky, a KBRwyle engineer at NASA’s Ames Research Center, talked about NASA’s mission to search for life on Mars—and prepare for future human explorers.
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U mathematician Ken Golden takes to the ice in a Frontiers of Science lecture.
A new study suggests that as temperatures get cooler, particles on surfaces will remain infectious longer.
The College of Science and Office of Environmental Health and Safety have enacted creative solutions to rebuild a culture of lab safety—and it has paid dividends in implementing safeguards for COVID-19.
As climate change pushes cities towards dangerous temperatures, planners must balance mitigating heat and preserving water resources.
Graduates of the U’s Master of Science for Secondary School Teachers program engage in intensive research to bring authentic science experiences to their students.
For the first time in nearly 50 years, stellar intensity interferometry has been used to take the measure of the stars.
The results are measurements of more than 2 million galaxies and quasars covering 11 billion years of cosmic time.
The new technique can track molecules in real time, at room temperature, with impressive resolution.
A major transformation in vertebrate evolution was when breathing shifted from the head to the torso in reptiles. But what caused the shift? A study hypothesizes it was driven by locomotion.