Research Highlights

Apr 13, 2016 | Where are they now? -- Yvonne Edmonds

by Lori Ann White

In the series, "Where are they now?" we check in with KIPAC alumni: where they are now, how they've fared since their days exploring particle astrophysics and cosmology at the Institute, and how their KIPAC experiences have shaped their journeys.

Apr 13, 2016 | Directly Imaging Exoplanets or: Seeing Alien Worlds

By Mandeep S.S. Gill

 

Apr 3, 2016 | Not Your Typical Winter Break: Antarctic Working "Holiday" Awaits KIPAC Undergrad

By Lori Ann White


Above: Albert sporting a shirt that contains all the particles of the current Standard Model of particle physics (which is now known to be incomplete because it misses dark matter, for one.) (Photo courtesy Albert Wandui.)

Apr 3, 2016 | Up above the Earth so high: Astrophysics at 44,000 feet!

By Rebecca Canning and Norbert Werner

Nov 27, 2015 | CMB Telescope Terms

As I continue to talk about the details of deconstructing and rebuilding a telescope, there’s some science that has to be understood.

Nov 27, 2015 | Exploring South Pole Station

I spent the first weekend mostly acclimating. Adjusting to these conditions (literally the highest, driest, and coldest place on Earth) takes some time and the opposite of effort. Sitting down, taking it easy, and feeling like a freeloader.

Nov 24, 2015 | The Journey to the Bottom of the World

By Val Monticue

Nov 22, 2015 | Where are they now? -- An Interview with KIPAC alumna Jodi Cooley

By Lori Ann White

In the series, "Where are they now?" we check in with KIPAC alumni: where they are now, how they've fared since their days exploring particle astrophysics and cosmology at the Institute, and how their KIPAC experiences have shaped their journeys.

Nov 16, 2015 | The Journey to the Bottom of the Earth

Getting to the South Pole spans six days, five flights, four countries, three continents, two militaries, and a partridge in a pear tree. I’m on the New Zealand Route, because I was going to the South Pole.

Nov 5, 2015 | Extreme galaxies flinging out the highest energy photons

By Amy Furniss

 

Oct 28, 2015 | Taking the Polar Plunge: Engineer Turned Teacher Heads to South Pole for BICEP3

By Lori Ann White

Above: Val Monticue [Credit: Sarah Reece].

Oct 11, 2015 | Invasion of the Interns! SULI Students Do Cutting-edge Science at KIPAC

By Lori Ann White