The Planet Hunters
From Gáspár Bakos’ desk at Princeton, he can see everything that happens at his telescopes on three continents. He can see wild burros nuzzle at the cables in Chile, warthogs wander by in Namibia, and Continue Reading →
Marine geochemistry specialist Robert Key doesn’t consider himself particularly prone to depression. Yet emails to his wife from a research vessel on the freezing waters of the Southern Ocean depicted an emotional slump amid harsh Continue Reading →
Ask researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) to name one of the greatest science and engineering challenges ever undertaken and the answer comes easily: harnessing fusion energy. Fusion happens Continue Reading →
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