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Scientific ballooning is not for the faint of heart
TIGERISS roars toward space station spot
Claver House Summer Camp
Rich Schmaeng retiring
Expanding the X-ray view of the universe
XL-Calibur telescope to examine the most extreme objects in the universe: black holes and neutron stars
Kelton awarded $1.46 million to study nucleation in microgravity environment
Buckley awarded $4.9 million to develop gamma ray astronomy mission
WashU physicists launch cosmic ray telescope from Antarctica
The Flight of X-Calibur
Journal of Chemical Physics - Editor's Pick
Manel Errando received NASA award
SuperTIGER and X-Calibur
Physics Research Group Heads to Antarctica to Launch Telescope
X-Calibur Telescope Preparing for a Stratospheric Balloon Flight
Physics librarian Alison Verbeck receives the Graduate Student Senate’s Outstanding Staff Award for 2017-18
Dian Tan, a postdoctoral researcher working with Kater Murch, has received a fellowship from Rigetti Computing for a project titled "Mapping quantum states into and from noisy transmission lines with superconducting qubits."
Congratulations to Todd Hardt who has received an Outstanding Staff Award from the School of Arts and Sciences...
Tyrone Daulton investigates the case of the missing diamonds ...
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