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Prof. Howard Georgi reminisces about Sidney Colman's Harvard years...


Hawking, Perry, and Strominger suggest that black holes might have "soft hair," low-energy quantum excitations that release information when the black hole evaporates.


Large, bilayer graphene single crystals can be grown by oxygen-activated chemical vapour deposition...


The relation between structure and dynamics in glasses is not fully understood. A new approach based on machine learning now reveals a correlation between softness - a structural property - and glassy dynamics...


Topology and geometry are essential to our understanding of modern physics, underlying many foundational concepts from high-energy theories, quantum information, and condensed-matter physics. In condensed-matter systems...


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Congratulations to Prof. Matthew Reece for his promotion to Associate Professor of Physics!


Prof. John Huth talks to Boston Globe's Vijee Venkatraman about the 'low-tech' instruments he prefers to use for navigation on land and sea...


Physics PhD Graduates
This year's graduating seniors and PhD are...


Experimental searches for the electron electric-dipole moment (EDM) probe new physics beyond the standard model. The current best EDM limit was set by the ACME Collaboration, constraining time-reversal symmetry (T) violating physics at the TeV energy scale...


Contacting solids that move relative to each other in a fluid environment abound in many settings such as soft contact lenses in eyes, animal joints, and bearings in rotating machinery. Motion is inevitably accompanied by flow and deformation...


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