The newfound dwarf galaxy, Antlia 2, is the largest known satellite of the Milky Way and the sparsest galaxy ever seen.
Finding reveals the large-scale movement of genetic material through the nucleus of a working cell.
Enormous ‘Ghost’ Galaxy Spotted on Outskirts of Milky Way
DNA ‘Dances’ in First Explanation of How Genetic Material Flows Through a Nucleus
Pint-Size Planetary Systems Aren’t Into Heavy Metal
Flatiron Institute Launches Center for Computational Mathematics
Elusive Origin of Stellar Geysers Revealed by 3-D Simulations
Particles Surf Their Own Waves, Reveal How Microbes and Cells Move Through Human Body
AI Accurately Predicts Effects of Genetic Mutations in Biological Dark Matter
The Gaia Sausage: The Major Collision That Changed the Milky Way Galaxy