There’s a colossus at the heart of Milky Way. IA researchers and collaborators take us on to the territories of gravity, high energy physics, and cosmology. Read more
Like any other galaxy, this enormous group of stars, gas and dust that we call Milky Way is today very different from what it was in a distant past. Discover how a galactic archeologist tries to reveal its past.
There might be black holes at the centre of most galaxies and they are also at the centre of the 2020 Nobel Prize for Physics. What do we already know about these dark and secret places? Let’s review the historical journey that takes us more and more closer to their secrets.
In a clear night sky, the human eye can see some 3000 stars, all of them in our galactic neighbourhood. What we can’t see is, perhaps, a similar number of planets, outshined by the light of their host star. Is there among them an Earth 2.0? Read more
Quarterly outreach sessions, taking place in Lisbon and Porto, aimed at young people willing to join scientists in discovering the universe.