KIPAC News

| Physicists Find Evidence of Cosmic Inflation
| With A Deadly Embrace, 'Spidery' Pulsars Consume Their Mates
| Planetarium Show Featuring KIPAC-created Scenes Now Playing at the California Academy of Sciences
| Scientists pinpoint 'very peculiar' pulsar
| Citizen scientists discover hidden galaxies at record speed
| Astrophysicists use lens to study black-hole jet
| Gemini Planet Imager First Light!
| KIPAC Newsletter #3 (Dec 20, 2013)
| KIPAC Research Makes Science Magazine's Top 10 of 2013
| The Seven Biggest Questions in Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology
| Obituary: Fred Kavli, Founder and Chairman of the Kavli Foundation
| New planetarium show lights up the dark
| A uniform metal distribution in the intergalactic medium of the Perseus cluster of galaxies
| KIPAC Newsletter #2 (Oct 22, 2013)
| UC Berkeley, Berkeley Lab Announce Kavli Energy NanoSciences Institute
| Sensor Expert Kent Irwin Joins SLAC, Stanford Faculty
| KIPAC's Roger Blandford Answers Black Hole Questions in Kavli Hangout Today
| KIPAC@10 September 3 - 6, 2013
| Dark Energy Survey Begins
| KIPAC Newsletter #1 (Aug 28, 2013)
| The Universe Through Fermi's Eyes - Celebrating the First Five Years
| Capturing the Dark Expansion of the Universe
| Irina Zhuravleva Awarded Otto Hahn Medal Prize
| Acting KIPAC Director Announced; Formal Search Underway
| Planets Adrift in Space: An Interview with Louis Strigari on May 24, 2012
| Backstory: Debbie Bard, Cosmologist
| Roger Blandford interview with KZSU
| Congratulations to Artie Bienenstock, Peter Michelson and Hitoshi Murayama for being elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
| Novel Analysis Method Levels the Quasar Playing Field
| Blazar Markarian 421's flare-up is cosmic coincidence
| Cryogenic Dark Matter Search Adds New Intrigue with Latest Result
| KIPAC Celebrates 10th Anniversary with Open House
| Astronomers give Dark Energy Camera rave reviews
| Steven M. Kahn Named Director of LSST
| Maria Giovanna Dainotti awarded Knight of the Italian Republic
| Energy Secretary Steven Chu to return to Stanford
| The biggest spirogragh you've ever seen: NASA reveals the beautiful patterns created by the movement of a space telesope