Jianwei (John) Miao and colleagues report, for the first time, a general method for three-dimensional imaging of the local structure in materials at atomic scale resolution.
Hong-Wen Jiang lab: Exchange only qubit encoded by 3 interacting electron spins in a Si quantum dot.
This is one of the first infrared pictures from UCLA's MOSFIRE project at the Keck Telescope, showing two galaxies in collision.
UCLA astronomers Andrea Ghez, Jean Turner, and Alice Shapley with undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, and researchers.
UCLA's "Astronomy Live!" outreach program demonstrates to local elementary school students how to make a comet.
Hanguo Wang and colleagues have developed a dark matter detector at UCLA to be used in future experiments, based on new photon-detector technology.
Astronomy professor Alice Shapley discusses "The Contribution of Galaxies to the Reionization of the Universe” at the University of Toledo.
The UCLA Towercam, situated atop our 150-foot Solar Tower at Mount Wilson Observatory, shows the 100-inch telescope.
UCLA astronomer Andrea Ghez and colleagues have discovered a star that orbits the enormous black hole at the center of our Milky Way galaxy.
The Department's Basic Plasma Science Facility demonstrates the result of an experiment in which two laser-produced plasmas collide.
Members of the Hudson research group focus on study of quantum interactions, information, and metrology, as well as tests of the foundations of fundamental physics.
Rene Ong and the VERITAS Collaboration observed the Crab Pulsar, the highest energy pulsar system ever detected.
Students study for finals in the Physics & Astronomy student lounge.
The narrow band laser system in Eric Hudson's Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics lab.
The W. M. Keck Observatory is a two-telescope astronomical observatory used by UCLA researchers in Hawaii.
The Quartz Photon Intensifying Detector (QUPID) is a new light-detector technology used in UCLA dark matter searches.
UCLA's High Energy Density Physics group works with the 60-beam Omega laser at Rochester, New York.
UCLA's Astronomy building was designed by Anshen & Allen and opened in 2005.
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