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Cosmology
Take that, flat universers
Published Spring 2020
Cosmologist Joseph Silk's recent analysis of the cosmic microwave background suggests that maybe, just maybe, the universe could be a curved sphere / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Cosmology
Take that, flat universers
Published Feb 26, 2020
Cosmologist Joseph Silk's recent analysis of the cosmic microwave background suggests that maybe, just maybe, the universe could be a curved sphere
'Hubble Tension'
Cosmic crisis quelled?
Published Nov 28, 2018
Hopkins theorists suggest that an exotic form of dark energy is responsible for a discrepancy in the rate at which the universe expands
Breakthrough Prize
Big Breakthrough for Bennett
Published Dec 3, 2017
Johns Hopkins astrophysicist Charles Bennett shares $3M Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics for groundbreaking WMAP space mission
E.T., stone home
Science rocks
Published Nov 9, 2017
JHU researcher enlists citizen scientists to track down rocks harboring earthly 'extraterrestrials'
Cosmology
Bennett honored for 'transformative' work
Published June 30, 2017
Astrophysicist receives 2017 Isaac Newton Medal and Prize for 'transformative effect in cosmology'
JHU cosmologist honored
Published Oct 1, 2015
Alex Szalay receives IEEE Computer Society Sidney Fernbach Award
Star bucks
Theoretical physicist honored
Published July 25, 2014
Marc Kamionkowski will receive up to $1M from the Simons Foundation to support his work
Big Bang breakthrough
'Cosmology's missing link' discovered
Published March 18, 2014
JHU cosmologist Marc Kamionkowski shares in excitement over Big Bang breakthrough
WMAP team to release full results of groundbreaking space study
Published Dec 21, 2012 Video
Nine-year mission led by JHU's Bennett revolutionized our understanding of our universe