Researchers at Columbia University and the University of California San Diego have introduced a “multi-messenger” approach to quantum physics that signifies a technological leap in how scientists can explore quantum materials.
Research led by Columbia University’s Paul Olsen suggests that a massive volcanic winter may have frozen the tropics during the dawn of the dinosaur age.
Columbia researchers suggest radiation that lights the densest objects in our universe is powered by the interplay of turbulence and reconnection of super-strong magnetic fields.
Sohl, an earth system scientist at Columbia University’s Center for Climate Systems Research and the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, studies Earth’s climate past, so that we can better predict its future.
Columbia University is a partnering organization on a $2.8 million National Science Foundation grant to develop the concept for a Scalable Cyberinfrastructure Institute for Multi-Messenger Astrophysics.