Earth’s Unpredictably Reversing Magnetic Field

Earth’s planetary-scale magnetic field flips, or reverses, its orientation roughly every 250,000 years. However, the field has remained in... Read More

Lighting Up Supermassive Black Holes: What Happens When a Star Venture Too Close to a Monster

Almost every galaxy hosts a supermassive black hole at its heart with a mass between a million to a... Read More

Freckles on the Sun

The sun isn’t just a plain hot ball of gas, it has a lot going on. From spots and... Read More

Sundae Science: Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Extravaganza

Even wondered why your ice cream is so nice and creamy? Why it gets chunky in the freezer after... Read More

Water in LA

Where does the water come from in LA? What is groundwater and how does it fit into the water... Read More

Explore your Ocean

This panel discussion will focus on the environment impact and solutions that are happening along our coast and the... Read More

The future of fast charging batteries

This talk will include an introduction to how batteries work, why they currently cannot charge fast (no it is... Read More

How Do Winter Storms Form?

 In this talk, Jordyn and Rodrigo Rodakoviski from UCLA AOS Department will describe how winter storms are created from... Read More

Fusion in your Backyard

Why does the sun shine? Will houses someday be powered by a star in a box? Come hear about... Read More

Gravitational Wave Sources at the Heart of Galaxies

Gravitational-wave emissions are small ripples in the fabric of spacetime that are emitted when two masses accelerate toward each... Read More