Michael Shay and collaborators find surprising event in turbulent space
Scientists have discovered an entirely new magnetic phenomenon in the outer reaches of Earth’s magnetic field with the help of four NASA spacecraft, according to a new study published in the journal Nature.
A new partnership with the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy (SARA) gives researchers and stargazers from the University of Delaware and nearby Mount Cuba Astronomical Observatory access to three far-flung telescopes and the superior perspectives they offer on the night sky.
Prof. Ananthanarayan received his Ph.D. degree in theoretical high energy physics from the University of Delaware in 1991. He is currently Full Professor & Chairman of the Centre for High Energy Physics, Indian Institute of Science in Bangalore where his research is focused on the chiral perturbation theory, colider physics, and grand unification and supersymmetry. Part of his thesis, supervised by Prof. Q.
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