LEAD, S.D.—At 7:30 a.m. on a recent Tuesday, about a dozen scientists pulled on steel-toed boots and filed into a steel cage that once ferried hundreds of gold miners to work.Their destination: a new laboratory 11 minutes and a mile beneath the earth's surface that could deliver answers to some cosmic questions. Click here for full article.
Astronomers from the Department of Physics taught a crowd of more than 100 children and parents about outer space at “Stargazers,” a collaborative event held at the Providence Children’s Museum last Friday. Read more . . .