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Congratulations to Jennifer Roloff, Sean Burchesky, Will Conway, and Nicholas Deporzio!


photos of Profs. Sharad Ramanathan and Vinothan Manoharan
For centuries, people have looked at living things and wondered how they work, why they look the way they do, and how they adapt to changing environments. Yet despite the enormous strides made in understanding such developments with the advent of such aids as single-cell sequencing...


Winners of the 2018 Maurice and Gertrude Goldhaber and Merit Prizes are Ana-Maria Raclariu, Victor Buza, Alexandra Thomson, and Alexander Keesling...


image of Iris Cong
Congratulations to G1 Iris Cong for winning two major fellowships: The Fannie and John Hertz Foundation's Graduate Fellowship Award and The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans!


Graduate student Lee Liu and members of Prof. Kang-Kuen Ni's group have combined two atoms for the first time into what researchers call a dipolar molecule. The work is described in a new paper published in Science...


Prof. Weiss portrait
On Monday, April 23, @8:00pm, Prof. Rainer Weiss will give a talk on the history of LIGO and the man who organized and guided the process to make LIGO a reality...


The copper oxide-based high-temperature superconductors display a mysterious "pseudogap" metal phase at temperatures just above the critical temperature in a regime of low hole density. Extensive experimental and numerical studies have yielded much information on the nature of the electron corrections...


Prof. Murnane photo
Three lectures by Margaret Murnane (JILA ): April 10, 11, and 12, 2018. (Note unusual start day and time.)


 image of one layer and a two-layer stack of graphene
Physicists have shown that when two sheets of graphene are misaligned at a so-called magic angle of approximately 1.1°, the two-layer stack becomes a superconductor...


In a classically scale-invariant quantum field theory, tunneling rates are infrared divergent due to the existence of instantons of any size. While one expects such divergences to be resolved by quantum effects, it has been unclear ...


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