Feb 05, 2015
Looking to gather a clearer view of the history of our Universe, researchers with the ESA’s Planck satellite constructed a new image of the entire sky, utilizing Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) fossil light originating only 380,000 years after the creation of the Universe. The new sky map uncovers the polarized light from the Universe’s early formation, and reveals that the first stars may have originated far later than researchers once thought.
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Researchers Discover Characteristics to Personalize Treatment for HPV-Related Head and Neck Cancer
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Retrosynthesis of Organic Molecules Made Possible Through Artificial Intelligence
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New Project Facilitates Identification of Material Data to Speed Material Discovery and Development