New measurement of cosmic distances in the Dark Energy Survey gives clues about the nature of dark energy

The measurement obtained fixes the scale of the universe when it was half its present age with an accuracy of 2%, the most accurate ever obtained for that time. The results were released yesterday.

Institutional visit of the CSIC President to the CFTMAT

Eloísa del Pino, President of the CSIC, has addressed the research and technical staff and held various meetings with the management teams of both centers, IFT and ICMAT.

Talk by Juan García-Bellido about new perspectives in modern cosmology

The outreach talk will take place on Tuesday, February 20, at 7:00 PM at the Ramón Areces Foundation - Auditorium. Address: Calle Vitruvio, 5, 28006, Madrid.

Awarding ceremony of the 2023 Julius Wess Award to Belen Gavela

In an event celebrated on the evening of February 9th at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology.

For pioneering research in particle physics.

Irene Valenzuela receives the Award for Young Female Scientific Talent from the Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences

The Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences grants her this award in the category of 'Physics and Chemistry.'
The objective of the awards is to create female role models in Spanish science.

LISA mission advances to the construction phase

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