Search and Discovery
A previously unexplored regime of massive neutron stars and fast companions disappoints anticipations of new gravity physics.
Issues and Events
From petrology to paleontology to physics, research at the world’s northernmost education institute involves the Arctic and much, if not all of it, bears on climate change.
In bolstering industry, the NRC aims for innovation and economic gain. Will isolation from research developments also result?
Techniques developed decades ago for nuclear magnetic resonance and now adapted for the IR, visible, and UV regions of the spectrum are enabling new insights into chemical kinetics and solid-state physics.
Twenty years ago planets orbiting faraway stars were the stuff of science fiction. Now their atmospheric composition and even their weather are being revealed by sensitive spectral measurements.