Maria de Lurdes Rosa , Member (2015) in the School of Historical Studies, has been awarded a 2018 ERC Consolidator Grant. Rosa's project, "VINCULUM," aims to analyze morgados (entails) and capelas (funerary chapels, chantries) in Portugal and, from a comparative perspective, other...
During a recent trip to the Netherlands, Institute Director and Leon Levy Professor Robbert Dijkgraaf guided audiences through a series of three lectures about the future of life, technology, and information. Fusing knowledge and charisma with vivid demonstrations, Dijkgraaf brings even the most...
Muriel Debié
Muriel Debié , Member (2016–17) in the School of Historical Studies, has been awarded a 2018 Prix de la Dame à la licorne. The Friends of the Museum of Cluny recognize Le Monde syriaque. Sur les routes d'un christianisme ignoré (Les Belles Lettres, 2017)...
An artist's conception of a water world orbiting the binary star system Kepler-35 A and B. Worlds like this could host moons that might be habitable.
"Stability is the first requirement for habitability," says Adrian Hamers , Member in the School of Natural Sciences, of the potential for life on planets orbiting "double-star" systems. In an edited interview with the 2018 Christiaan Huygens Science Award winner, Nola Taylor...