If you’d like to learn how multi-messenger observations can help us understand the expansion of the Universe, check out Dr. Marcelle Soares-Santos’ plenary talk at #AAS237
Today we’ve got an interview with the awesome Professor Smadar Naoz at @UCLA, #AAS237 plenary speaker and Helen B. Warner prize winner! Read on about her journey in astronomy and her awesome work about dynamics.
Machine learning is a powerful tool… but with great power, comes great responsibility. Learn more about it at Dr. Brian Nord’s talk at #AAS237!
To kick off #BlackInPhysics week we interviewed the amazing #BlackInAstro Dr. Greg Mosby, a scientist at @NASA Goddard! Read about his experiences and career path and more in today’s bite.
Today’s post for #BlackInAstro week looks at the underrepresentation of Black women in astronomy and physics, and summarizes two papers on their lived experiences in the field.
Ashlee Wilkins, a Professional Staff Member in the U.S. House Science, Space and Technology Committee, chats about her work in science policy and tells us why “it’s worth getting involved.”