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Doing the math on a solar-powered future
Everything you want to know about spy balloons, or any balloon, in the sky
A deep look inside spin glass
Celebrating 170 years: an Apollo 17 connection
Washington University scientists to probe space for origins of matter
2023 predictions from Mike Nowak
Organelles grow in random bursts
SPIDER launches from Antarctica
Ogliore won NASA grant
Yang awarded grant from NSF
Yuan received a research award from NSF
Krawczynski awarded a NASA grant
Errando won a NASA grant
Science research roundup: November and December 2022
Back to Antarctica with SPIDER
Defining literacies for life and career
Physicists awarded DOE supercomputing time for ‘high-impact’ projects
Physicist Errando helps NASA solve black hole jet mystery
Artemis launch returns U.S. to the moon - Jolliff interview on PRI/The World
McDonnell Center for the Space Sciences - Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
Incubator for Transdisciplinary Futures announces first round of funded projects
Next frontiers in radio chemistry: personalized medicine for infectious disease
Toward a synergy between artificial intelligence and neuroscience
Polarized X-rays reveal shape, orientation of extremely hot matter around black hole
Science research roundup: October 2022
A transformative agreement with IOP Publishing
Henriksen, Murch selected as 2022 Moore Experimental Physics Investigators
Scientific ballooning is not for the faint of heart
Science research roundup: September 2022
A first look at signature initiatives
University Announces Cluster Hire in the Quantum Sciences
Space Station Experiment To Probe Origins of Elements
TIGERISS roars toward space station spot
Nowak awarded NASA grant
Science research roundup: July and August 2022
New Faculty hired as part of the Digital Initiative
NSF grant to Murch and Henriksen
Henriksen wins Office of Naval Research grant
Dickhoff awarded NSF grant
Seidel and Nussinov to work on imaging goggles
Science research roundup: June 2022
Collaboration Initiation Grants
Ancient micrometeoroids carried specks of stardust, water to asteroid 4 Vesta
Asteroid samples offer chance to study chemically pristine solar system materials
Taste of Science returns to in-person outreach
Science research roundup: May 2022
When more complex is simpler
Astronomers unveil first image of Milky Way’s black hole
Asteroid samples offer insights into solar system evolution
Neon ice shows promise as new qubit platform
First steps toward building a topological quantum computer
Novel particle detector used to study alternate path to carbon creation in stars
Science research roundup: April 2022
Dev to study mysterious particles at Fermilab
Unique samples or just super weird?
The power of quantum disorder
Lorenzo Andreoli selected for URA Visiting Scholars Program
Arts & Sciences faculty win NSF CAREER Awards
WashU scientists help recover gases from Moon rock time capsule
MSN News: Scientists create never-before-seen isotope of magnesium
Scientists detect world’s lightest magnesium
Vacuum-Sealed Container From 1972 Moon Landing Will Finally Be Opened
Senior Kuziez named Marshall Scholar
Expanding the X-ray view of the universe
Manel Errando received a subaward from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
Sachiko Amari won a $973,810 award from NASA
Science research roundup: November and December 2021
Digital Transformation Initiative brings new talent to Arts & Sciences
Nowak wins grants from NASA, Smithsonian observatory
Arts & Sciences faculty among world’s most highly cited researchers
Buckley earns grant for astronomical monitoring
Collaboration yields $750K grant from the Office of Naval Research
Science research roundup: October 2021
Stellar fossils in meteorites point to distant stars
Faculty Search: Assistant Professor in Astromaterials, Solar System, and Planetary System Formation
XL-Calibur telescope to examine the most extreme objects in the universe: black holes and neutron stars
Yang leads $1.8M quantum physics research project
IMSE acquires new facility for fabricating nanomaterials
Bacteria could learn to predict the future
Meet our new faculty: Natural sciences and math
Neurons in visual cortex of the brain ‘drift’ over time
Science research roundup: August 2021
Kelton awarded $1.46 million to study nucleation in microgravity environment
Physicist Mukherji awarded $1.97 million to study cellular design
NSF grant awarded to Li Yang to study two-dimensional quantum materials
Sculpted by starlight: A meteorite witness to the solar system’s birth
Chong Zu joins the Department of Physics
Rauch’s cosmic ray research probes origins of matter in the Milky Way
Analysis of pristine samples of the Moon
Buckley awarded $4.9 million to develop gamma ray astronomy mission
Physicist Nagy to lead next-gen balloon mission
Piarulli receives early-career research award
Krawczynski and Nagy receive NASA funding
Department of Physics Recognition Ceremony 2021
Obituary: Michael Friedlander, professor emeritus of physics, 92
Michael Friedlander, 1928-2021
Nowak, collaborators share new observations of famous black hole
Murch promoted to full professor
Gillis-Davis promoted to research full professor
Muon magnetism could hint at a breakdown of physics’ standard model
Jeff Gillis-Davis has pioneered a new method for laser space weathering
Researchers observe new isotope of fluorine
Nowak receives grant to study spectroscopy models
John Scandrett, 1933-2021
Erik Henriksen promoted
Gillis-Davis received NASA subaward
A rising star in physics
Life in the time of COVID
Amari receives Urey Award for career in cosmochemistry
Fourteen faculty searches approved for digital transformation initiative
New way to control electrical charge in 2D materials: Put a flake on it
NASA selects astrophysics mission to detect ultrahigh-energy neutrinos
Jim Mertens recently joined the Department of Physics
Gravitational waves probe exotic matter inside neutron stars
Nowak awarded a NASA grant
NASA grant awarded to Henric Krawczynski
John Templeton Foundation funding Kater Murch
Seidel receives NSF grant
Society of Physics Students chapter wins national recognition
Glimpsing the unseeable physics of a black hole
Solving for nuclear structure in light nuclei
Jeffrey Gillis-Davis won a NASA grant
A conversation with two award-winning women in space science
Yang’s work with quantum materials honored by APS
Johanna Nagy joins Department of Physics
Research in Antarctica
Nowak won a grant from the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory
A microscale search for cosmic answers
James Buckley elected Fellow of the American Physical Society
Looking skin deep at the growth of neutron stars
Henriksen lands CAREER grant to chase electron effects
Meteorite study suggests Earth may have always been wet
Alumni dedicate special journal issue to late professor
Nan Liu has been awarded the Nier Prize
Pastore awarded grant from DOE
The hidden magnetic universe begins to come into view
Erik Henriksen receives NSF CAREER award
Dev receives award for neutrino research
Simons Foundation Grant to study PT symmetry
Sheng Ran has joined the department
Specks of stardust
With on-campus lab work halted, researchers forge ahead
Li Yang promoted
Physics and the 'grey areas' of biology
Carbon conundrum: Experiment aims to re-create synthesis of key element
Mahdi Naghiloo wins 2020 Biruni Award
Physical Review Outstanding Referee
Outstanding APS Referee
Space samples suggest "new physics" in cause of violent solar flares
Misbehaving kaons could hint at the existence of new particles
A super-rare 'Zee burst' in Antarctica could one day unlock a key mystery of ghostly neutrinos
Ultra-high energy events key to study of ghost particles
NASA supporting two projects
NASA Grant Awarded to Nan Liu
Wash U Year in Review Video Features Professor Ryan Ogliore
WashU physicists launch cosmic ray telescope from Antarctica
Supersize me: Physicists awarded $3.3M for XL-Calibur telescope
DOE Grant Approved
Dr. Gillis-Davis explains the science and exploration value of ice deposits at the Moon’s poles
Wash U Scientists Study Moon Ice To Help Astronauts Explore Solar System
Dr. Mairin Hynes honored with Emerson teaching awards
Scientists think there may be meteorites in this Missouri pasture
Investigating water ice, space weathering on the Moon
Kip Thorne explores the warped side of the universe
Space on Tap!
A Newly Seen Quantum Symmetry Can Lead To Insights To The Workings Of The Universe
Complex energies, quantum symmetries
Brain tunes itself to criticality, maximizing information processing
Brian Rauch received a NASA grant
New Major in Astrophysics
Henric Krawczynski appointed Wayman Crow Professor
Center for Quantum Sensors awarded NSF Quantum Leap Challenge seed grant
Nowak shares Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics
Michael Nowak received a grant from the Smithsonian Institution
Willem Dickhoff received an NSF grant
The Flight of X-Calibur
Buckley Received a NASA Grant
Carlsson Received an NSF Grant
Apollo 11 launched 50 years of lunar science
Characterizing the ‘arrow of time’ in open quantum systems
Manel Errando - Assistant Professor of Physics
The fractal brain, from a single neuron’s perspective
Journal of Chemical Physics - Editor's Pick
What will you remember, and what's next?
A quantum launch
Excellence in Teaching Award in Science
Manel Errando received NASA award
Cliff Will wins the 2019 Albert Einstein Medal
Research Professor Michael Nowak was awarded two grants
Studying the small to understand the big
SuperTIGER and X-Calibur
Physics Students Win National Recognition
Carl Bender Received Humboldt Research Award
Olga Pravdivtseva received a NASA grant
Physics Research Group Heads to Antarctica to Launch Telescope
Cold, Dark Stars Lurking in the Universe Could Act Like Single Giant Atoms
Professor James Buckley received a NASA grant
Professor Kenneth Kelton Discusses Materials Through the Ages
Erik Henriksen received an NSF grant
Improving Nuclear Detection with New Chip Power
Demon in the Details of Quantum Thermodynamics
Article on Testing Einstein's Predictions
X-Calibur Telescope Preparing for a Stratospheric Balloon Flight
Washington People: Martin Israel
Alex Meshik Received a NASA Award
Flavor of the Moment
Ryan Ogliore received a NASA grant
Professor James Miller discusses constructing a class from curiosity to course listings ...
Congratulations to Professor Martin Israel the recipient of the 2018 Dean's Medal ...
Prof Li Yang has been selected into the name list of the world’s most impactful scientific researchers by Clarivate Analytics (Web of Science) ...
Professor Erik Henriksen: New view on electron interactions in graphene ...
Brian Rauch has received continued support from NASA for particle astrophysics research with the Antarctic Impulsive Transient Antenna.
Professor Kater Murch has been selected as 2018 Cottrell Scholar ...
Professor Willem Dickhoff ... Reaching for Neutron Stars ...
Professor Kater Murch and Rochester scientists discuss a bit of a quantum magic trick ...
Prof. Mikhail Tikhonov says Microbiology Needs More Math ...
Prof. James Buckley has received a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy in support of theoretical and experimental studies in particle physics and cosmology.
Prof. Kenneth F. Kelton has received a grant from the NSF for a research project titled Fundamental Investigations of Nucleation Processes in Silicate Liquids and Glasses with a Goal of Developing Predictive Models for Glass Formation and Crystallization.
Prof. Li Yang has received a grant from the U.S. Air Force Office of Scientific Research for a research project titled Ferroelectricity, Multiferroics, and Enhanced Magnetoelectric Effect in Single-Atomic Layers.
Prof. Christine Floss has received NASA support for a project titled Microanalytical Characterization of Presolar Silicate Grains: Constraints on Grain Formation in Stellar Environments and Grain Survival in the Early Solar Nebula.
Wash U Researchers prepare to fly device over Antarctica to study space radiation ...
Is nature fundamentally weird? Mark Alford explains ...
Professor Ken Kelton's group catch glass transition in the act ...
Professor Kater Murch is Shaking Schrodinger's Cat ...
Mark Alford and Mairin Hynes share why they became scientists ...
Professor Carl Bender discusses how to find your one and only ...
Prof. Kater Murch receives the St. Louis Academy of Sciences 2017 Innovation Award ...
Professor Mark Alford discusses five extreme facts about neutron stars ...
Prof. Carl Bender wins the 2017 Dannie Heinemann Prize for Mathematical Physics ...
Prof. Christine Floss has received NASA support for a project Characterizing Comet 81P/Wild 2 with Acfer 094 and Tagish Lake Analog Foils.
Prof. Ryan Ogliore has received a grant from NASA for a field-emission scanning electron microscope that will be used to analyze samples of comets and asteroids.
Congratulations to Prof. James G. Miller who was named the recipient of the 2016 Rayleigh Award at the International Ultrasonics Symposium held this year in Tours, France...
Congratulations to Prof. Willem Dickhoff who has received a grant from NSF for a project titled "Green’s Functions and the Nuclear Many-body Problem".
Prof. Krawczynski’s team is preparing for the launch of the balloon borne X-Calibur experiment to study black holes and neutron stars. Follow the team via a blog with daily updates...
Congratulations to Prof. Kater Murch on being awarded a NSF grant to investigate Measurement and Control in Open Quantum Systems ...
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