In January, we announced the Communicating Science 2013 workshop. Now there’s just one week remaining before the March 1st application deadline for the Workshop.
Stop by our poster at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Observational surveys looking for the smallest super-massive black holes come up empty; could they be hiding in plain sight?
The Prisoner’s Dilemma is one of the classic problems in game theory, first posed in 1950 and studied exhaustively for generations. Remarkably, a new solution has been discovered that prompts us to re-examine long held principles.
The subject of today’s paper from the arXiv is… Astrobites
The current and next generation of large scale spectroscopic surveys could provide new clues in the hunt for the carriers producing mysterious interstellar absorption features.
A flurry of recent papers point to detection of a ~130 GeV gamma-ray emission line from near the Galactic center. If real, this could be the first detection of a signature of annihilating dark matter.