Professor Greg Rudnick's research focus is the growth of mass in galaxies over cosmic time and how this growth is influenced by galaxy environment. He was called upon by the Lawrence Journal World to explain the recent discovery of a distant galaxy in the process of forming, the first time astronomers have caught a glimpse of the earliest stages of massive galaxy construction. NASA described the galaxy, nicknamed "Sparky," as “a dense galactic core blazing with the light of millions of newborn stars that are forming at a ferocious rate." The complete Journal World story can be found at this link.
Paper of the Week
Search for dark matter in events with a leptoquark and missing transverse momentum in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV
A.Al-bataineh, P.Baringer, A.Bean, S.Boren, J.Bowen, A.Bylinkin, J.Castle, S.Khali, lA.Kropivnitskaya, D.Majumder, W.Mcbrayer, M.Murray, C.Rogan, S.Sanders, E.Schmitz, J.D.Tapia Takaki, Q.Wang & CMS Collaboration
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