Physics professor's new book looks at the international collaboration behind HERMES, an experiment studying the spin structure of matter.
Faculty from the departments of Physics and of Nuclear Science and Engineering faculty were selected for the Early Career Research Program.
To understand ourselves and our place in the universe, “we should have humility but also self-respect,” the physicist writes in a new book.
William Barletta, Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz, Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, Katelin Schutz, and Phiala Shanahan honored for contributions to physics.
Physics professor receives one of the most prestigious nongovernmental awards for early-career scientists.
Those selected for these positions receive additional support to pursue their research and develop their careers.
Physicists Tracy Slatyer and Netta Engelhardt and mathematicians Lisa Piccirillo and Nina Holden PhD ’18 are honored by the Breakthrough Prize Foundation.
Theoretical physicist William Detmold unlocks the mysteries of quarks, gluons, and their “strong interactions” at the subatomic level.
Senior Michelle Xu’s varied interests all involve a desire to understand the universe. “I was just never particularly picky about which way to figure it out,” she says.
A new analysis puts dark matter back in the game as a possible source of energy excess at the galactic center.
With help from next-generation particle accelerators, the approach may nail down the rate of oxygen production in the universe.