1. Shock interactions, turbulence and the origin of the stellar mass spectrum.

    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society... 371(2003):20120248 (2013) PMID 24146011

    Supersonic turbulence is an essential element in understanding how structure within interstellar gas is created and shaped. In the context of star formation, many computational studies show that the mass spectrum of density and velocity fluctuations within dense clouds, as well as the distributi...
  2. Shock interactions, turbulence and the origin of the stellar mass spectrum.

    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society... 371(2003):20120248 (2013) PMID 24146011

    Supersonic turbulence is an essential element in understanding how structure within interstellar gas is created and shaped. In the context of star formation, many computational studies show that the mass spectrum of density and velocity fluctuations within dense clouds, as well as the distributi...
  3. A thermodynamic basis for prebiotic amino acid synthesis and the nature of the first genetic code.

    Astrobiology 9(5):483 (2009) PMID 19566427

    Of the 20 amino acids used in proteins, 10 were formed in Miller's atmospheric discharge experiments. The two other major proposed sources of prebiotic amino acid synthesis include formation in hydrothermal vents and delivery to Earth via meteorites. We combine observational and experimental dat...
  4. A thermodynamic basis for prebiotic amino acid synthesis and the nature of the first genetic code.

    Astrobiology 9(5):483 (2009) PMID 19566427

    Of the 20 amino acids used in proteins, 10 were formed in Miller's atmospheric discharge experiments. The two other major proposed sources of prebiotic amino acid synthesis include formation in hydrothermal vents and delivery to Earth via meteorites. We combine observational and experimental dat...
  5. Astrophysics: Star formation branches out.

    Nature 457(7225):37 (2009) PMID 19122631

  6. Astrophysics: Star formation branches out.

    Nature 457(7225):37 (2009) PMID 19122631

  7. Clustered star formation and the origin of stellar masses.

    Science 295(5552):68 (2002) PMID 11778037

    Star clusters are ubiquitous in galaxies of all types and at all stages of their evolution. We also observe them to be forming in a wide variety of environments, ranging from nearby giant molecular clouds to the supergiant molecular clouds found in starburst and merging galaxies. The typical sta...
  8. Clustered star formation and the origin of stellar masses.

    Science 295(5552):68 (2002) PMID 11778037

    Star clusters are ubiquitous in galaxies of all types and at all stages of their evolution. We also observe them to be forming in a wide variety of environments, ranging from nearby giant molecular clouds to the supergiant molecular clouds found in starburst and merging galaxies. The typical sta...