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Professor Roberta Humphreys of the School of Physics and Astronomy has been named a 2021 Fellow of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).
A collaboration that includes four faculty members of the School of Physics and Astronomy, Vlad Pribiag, Fiona Burnell, Rafael Fernandes, and Ke Wang, has discovered that a unique superconducting
Nadja Strobbe, who joined the School as an assistant professor in 2019, is leading an investigation into what she calls “stealth Supersymmetry (SUSY).” The elusive process of supersymmetry is a
There are 14 graduate award and fellowship recipients in the School for 2021.
There are 29 undergraduate recipients for 13 separate scholarships.
Professor Rafael Fernandes of the School of Physics and Astronomy has received the 2021 George W. Taylor Award for Distinguished Research from the College of Science and Engineering.
Professor Evan Skillman of the School has been named a College of Science and Engineering Distinguished Professor.
Physicists at the University of Minnesota are building an experiment that they readily admit is almost impossible.
Professor Shaul Hanany has led a new effort to address the large gap in career opportunities in academia and the number of physics and astronomy graduates in the U.S.
Zhen Liu is a new theoretical high energy physicist at the School, whose research focuses on “hidden sector physics” which seeks to answer fundamental questions in particle physics.