So which comes first, the black hole or the galaxy? The questions has vexed astrophysicists for ages, but European researchers think they may have figured out the answer. A recent study suggests supermassive black holes can spawn star formation, in essence creating their own host galaxies around them.
Meet PopSci's annual Brilliant 10--a selection of the brightest young researchers in the country. They're helping to keep us healthy, prevent disasters, and make green energy cheaper than coal. Lucky for us, our future is in their capable hands
We have a credo around here: The future will be better. It may sound optimistic in light of our wheezing environment and limping economy, but then you haven't met the Brilliant 10, PopSci's annual selection of the nation's most promising young researchers.
By Mike HaneyPosted 11.18.2005 at 2:00 am 0 Comments
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