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Sutherland, Calogero and Gaudin win 2019 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

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Bill Sutherland, BA '63, was one of three theoretical physicists awarded the 2019 Dannie Heineman Prize.

Three questions with recent Nobel laureate W. E. Moerner

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In 1989, alumnus W. E. ­Moerner, AB ’75, BS ’75, BS ’75, became the first scientist in the world to measure the light absorption of a single molecule, a task long thought to be impossible. Twenty-five years later in October 2014, Moerner won the Nobel Prize for chemistry for his breakthrough.

Graduate Student Alumni Reunion ...

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Madison Cannon, a 2014 graduate with degrees in physics and math leads a lesson in physics for Girls Inc. Eureka! participants ...

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“I wasn’t supposed to like math because I was a black girl, but I would dream square roots,” said Jordan, a student in the Brown School working toward dual masters degrees in social work and education. “It could feel isolating, but math was what I loved.”