Media

  • LIGO and Virgo Capture Their Most Massive Black Holes Yet
    Scientific American, September 2020 [link]
  • A Black Hole Collided With Something That Shouldn’t Exist
    Gizmodo, June 2020 [link]
  • Black Hole Factories May Hide at Cores of Giant Galaxies
    Scientific American, December 2019 [link]
  • Black Holes Orbiting Even Bigger Black Holes Might Also Be Eating Each Other
    Discover Magazine, November 2019 [link]
  • The secret life of gold
    ChemMatters, October 2019 [link]
  • The Alchemy of Neutron Star Collisions
    PBS Space Time, June 2019 [link]
  • Where (Some of) Earth’s Gold Came From
    Scientific American, May 2019 [link]
  • Gold on Earth could be result of neutron star collision 4.6 billion years ago
    Digital Trends, May 2019 [link]
  • What a nearby kilonova would look like
    Science News, May 2019 [link]
  • Ancient neutron star crash ‘rained GOLD on our solar system’
    Daily Star, May 2019 [link]
  • Evidence for an Early Neutron Star Merger Near the Solar System
    centauri-dreams.org, May 2019 [link]
  • Some of your wedding ring was formed 4.6 BILLION years ago when two neutron stars crashed into each other
    and spewed out heavy elements such as gold, platinum and uranium

    Daily Mail, May 2019 [link]
  • Nearby Neutron Star Collision Might Explain Small Fraction Of Heavy Elements Abundant In The Solar System
    I ******* Love Science, May 2019 [link]
  • Violent stellar collision near early solar system created actinides
    Chemistry World, May 2019 [link]
  • Gravitational Waves, Nuclear Fire, Rocks, and Love
    Scientific American, May 2019 [link]
  • Scientists Locate Neutron Star Collision That Could Have Created Our Solar System’s Plutonium
    Gizmodo, May 2019 [link]
  • Festive five: Physics World picks its favourite features from 2018
    Physics World, Dec 2018 [link]
  • Physicists Spot Four Black Hole Collisions, Including the Largest One Ever Recorded
    Gizmodo, Dec 2018 [link]
  • What Happens When Two Black Holes Collide?
    Gizmodo, Dec 2018 [link]
  • Cosmic Particle Accelerator (in Hungarian)
    Termeszet Vilaga, Nov 2018
  • The Universe has Two New Windows (in German)
    Zeit Wissen, Nov/Dec 2018 [link]
  • The New Era of Multimessenger Astronomy
    Scientific American, May 2018 [link]
  • The Hungarian Academy of Sciences – Hungarian American branch has formed (in Hungarian)
    mta.hu, Apr 2018 [link]
  • Astronomers Find Evidence of Thousands of Black Holes at the Center of Our Galaxy
    Gizmodo, Apr 2018 [link]
  • A new cosmic messenger
    Feature, PhysicsWorld, Jan 2018 [link]
    + Physics World’s five favourite features of 2018
  • Szent-Gyorgyi Award Ceremony (TV, in Hungarian)
    ATV, Dec 2017
  • Can Scientists Figure Out Where Colliding Black Holes Come From?
    Gizmodo, Nov 2017 [link]
  • Spectacular collision of two neutron stars observed for first time
    Physics World, Oct 2017 [link]
  • Colliding Neutron Star Discovery Could Solve This Mystery About Our Expanding Universe
    Gizmodo, Oct 2017 [link]
  • Virgo bags its first gravitational waves
    Physics World, Sep 2017
  • A New Gravitational Wave Detector Makes Its First Discovery
    Gizmodo, Sep 2017 [link]
  • Gravitational Waves Reveal the Unexpectedly Weird Behavior of Distant Black Holes
    Gizmodo, Aug 2017 [link]
  • Infused Antarctic ice could boost neutrino detection
    Physics World, Jul 2017 [link]
  • The rise of LIGO’s space-studying super-team
    Symmetry Magazine, Jun 2017 [link]
  • The Hunt for Gravitational Waves Is Officially Headed to Space
    Gizmodo, Jun 2017 [link]
  • Teen Scientists Do Real Science at American Museum of Natural History
    Black Enterprise, Jun 2017 [link]
  • Urban High School Students Present Original Science Research
    Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Jun 2017 [link]
  • Physicists Just Spotted Gravitational Waves Again — So What’s Next?
    Gizmodo, Jun 2017 [link]
  • Hatalmas eredm&eacuteny a csillag&aacuteszatban: &uacutejra &eacuteszlelt&eacutek az Einstein &aacuteltal megj&oacutesolt gravit&aacuteci&oacutes hull&aacutemokat (in Hungarian)
    HVG, Jun 2017 [link]
  • Tart&oacutes ablak a vilagmindensegre – megint &eacuteszlelt&eacutek az Einstein-hull&aacutemokat (TV, in Hungarian)
    Hirado, Jun 2017 [link]
  • No neutrinos from black hole smash
    Nature Research Highlights, Jul 2016 [link]
  • Gravitational waves are teaching scientists the ‘native language’ of black holes
    Tech Insider, Jun 2016 [link]
  • More than 1,000 physicists just proved Albert Einstein wrong again
    Tech Insider, Jun 2016 [link]
  • A News Flash From Deep Space
    http://nycitylens.com/, Mar 2016 [link]
  • Neil deGrasse Tyson at our press conference
    space.com, Feb 2016 [link]
  • The Future of Gravitational Wave Astronomy
    Scientific American, Feb 2016 [link]
  • Gravitational Waves Discovered from Colliding Black Holes
    Scientific American, Feb 2016 [link]
  • Einstein’s weirdest prediction is true — and will soon radically transform our understanding of the universe
    Tech Insider, Feb 2016 [link]
  • Einstein’s wildest prediction could be confirmed within days
    Tech Insider, Feb 2016 [link]
  • Hunting black holes with a gas cloud
    National Science Foundation Highlight, 2014
  • A moment after the Big Bang (in Hungarian)
    Magyar Nemzet, Mar 2014
  • But deliver us from evil (in Hungarian)
    Magyar Narancs, Nov 2013 [link]
  • Hungarian physicists hunt for black holes (in Hungarian)
    Index, June 2013 [link]
  • Monster gas cloud could unveil Milky Way’s black-hole hub
    Physics World, Jun 2013
  • Researchers suggest gas cloud could reveal black holes near center of Milky Way galaxy
    phys.org, Jun 2013 [link]
  • The search for mini black holes
    Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Jun 2013 [link]
  • Astronomical gas cloud could finally reveal the truth about black holes at the centre of the galaxy
    National Post, May 2013 [link]
  • Black hole bonanza (radio)
    BBC Science Hour, May 2013
  • Black hole bonanza possible as immense gas cloud passes
    BBC, May 2013 [link]
  • ‘FlyWalker’ tracks insect feet, could advance Parkinson’s research
    Spoonful of Medicine (Nature Medicine), Jan 2013 [link]
  • Neutrinobite (in Hungarian)
    Magyar Nemzet Magazine, Jun 2012
  • Rising Stars of Science: The Forbes 30 Under 30
    Forbes Magazine, Jan 2012 [link]
  • Using A Light Barrier To Repel Mosquitoes
    Forbes, 2011 [link]
  • Laser Wall (in Hungarian)
    Termeszet Vilaga, 2011 [link]
  • The Applied Physicist
    Superscript, 2011 [link]