Maria Korolik
Staff Reporter
Maria Korolik is a staff reporter for the SciTech desk, covering astronomy, engineering, and computer science. Originally from San Jose, California, she is a sophomore in Jonathan Edwards college majoring in mechanical engineering and astrophysics.
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Yale CubeSat team develops satellite to be launched into orbit

The small cosmic ray-detecting satellite will be deployed from the International Space Station in winter of 2023.

Yale professor wins Academy Award for technical achievement

Theodore Kim, along with collaborators from Pixar, designed an elastic simulation system for more efficient and realistic animations.

Catching up with Charalampos Papamanthou, recipient of the JP Morgan Chase faculty research award

Papamanthou, who works in the Yale Applied Cryptography Laboratory, strives to build more secure systems for cryptocurrencies and blockchains.

Yale graduate students receive prestigious international STEM fellowship

Three graduate students have received the Quad Fellowship to build ties among the next generation of scientists and technologists.

Yale E&EB graduate student awarded NASA grant

Along with collaborators, Diego Ellis Soto studies the effects of extreme events on wildlife.

NASA’s Artemis I mission launches to go to the moon

Artemis I is the first in a series of missions to bring humans back to the moon, and eventually to Mars.

Morse dining hall adorned with 9-foot neon axe

Jacob Eldred ’24, who created the Hopper dining hall’s trident, has now installed a neon sculpture of the Morse College’s coat of arms above the entrance to the dining hall.

A brief guide to undergraduate STEM research at Yale

Everything you need to know about finding and thriving in a research lab both in and out of Yale.

Amoriem Labs develops interactive and Yale-based video games

The undergraduate game development club is currently working on two new games.

Yale observatory hosts viewing of brightest Jupiter in six decades

The Leitner Family Observatory and Planetarium opened its doors to the public to watch Jupiter at its brightest point in the past 59 years.

New Cortex magazine debuts to bridge science and the arts

Yale’s newest magazine published its first issue in August, focusing on concepts of space and time with scientifically-themed creative writing.