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Announcing the KIAA Forum on Gas in Galaxies

Thu, 2018-03-15The first meeting to be held on 18-22 June, 2018, with a focus on “Star Formation and Quenching in Galaxies”.

Introducing "Hoptunes", a New Class of Exoplanets that Could Help Solve the Mystery of Worlds in Scorching Orbits

Thu, 2018-03-15A new study offers fresh insight into the planets' perplexing provenance, thanks to a newly described clutch of toasty worlds—dubbed Hoptunes—that are like hot Jupiters' smaller cousins.

KIAA Work Shift in Winter Break

Fri, 2018-01-05

Postdocs at KIAA Won Competitive Awards and Funds

Fri, 2017-12-01Postdocs at KIAA Won PKU Boya Fellowship, 2017 PKU Outstanding Postdoc Award, China Postdoctoral Science Fund, and Research Fund for International Young Scientists.

KIAA Faculty Member Publishes Major New Monograph

Thu, 2017-11-23Professor Richard de Grijs (KIAA/PKU) recently completed his latest monograph, 'Time and Time Again: Determination of Longitude at Sea in the 17th Century.'

The 2017 KIAA-PKU Astrophysics Forum held at KIAA

Thu, 2017-11-16The 2017 KIAA-PKU Astrophysics Forum was held on Nov 14-15, 2017 with the topic, "Sciences with LSST and CSST".

18-month twinkle in a forming star suggests the existence of a very young planet

Thu, 2017-11-02An international team of researchers have found an infrequent variation in the brightness of a forming star. This 18-month recurring twinkle is not only an unexpected phenomenon for scientists, but its repeated behavior suggests the presence of a hidden planet.

Annual Meeting of the BHOLE (Black hole-Host Lifecycle Evolution) Project Held at KIAA

Mon, 2017-10-30

Agreement Signed by KIAA, NAOC and Caltech to Build a World-leading Spectrograph at Palomar Observatory

Thu, 2017-10-26

ALMA Finds Hints of Early Black-Hole Growth

Fri, 2017-10-13Ran Wang’s group works on the ISM property of far-infrared (FIR) luminous quasars above redshift 5.7.

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