2016 News

First laser study of atomic antimatter

12/22/2016

Department joins WIYN consortium

12/15/2016

Prof. Manfra honored at Purdue's 1st Distinguished and Named Professorship Ceremony

11/14/2016

Solar physicists unlock easier way to observe peculiar particles that reveal the inner workings of the sun

11/9/2016

Researchers detail formation of massive moon basin

10/27/2016

Weak atomic bond, theorized 14 years ago, observed for first time

10/27/2016

Mike Moses (BS 89) named President of Virgin Galactic

10/13/2016

Prof. Hung awarded Air Force Young Investigator Research grant

10/11/2016

Profs. Chen and Rokhinson elected APS Fellows

10/10/2016

Kathleen Falconer (MS 96) receives Homer L. Dodge Citation for Distinguished Service

10/10/2016

Prof. Neumeister named 2017 LPC Distinguished Researcher

10/6/2016

Connolly, Kwok named 2016 College of Science Outstanding Alumni

9/23/2016

Levitating nanoparticle improves 'torque sensing,' might bring new research into fundamentals of quantum theory

9/15/2016

Prof. Hung and colleagues simulate quantum magnetism

8/31/2016

Prof. Chen leads an NSF NewLAW project that will attempt to break the classical laws of physics

8/15/2016

Prof. Li's research group demonstrates electron spin control on levitated nanodiamonds

7/17/2016

Prof. Mugler awarded 2016 Human Frontier Science Program grant to study cellular timekeeping

6/20/2016

Animated Dynamics Inc. raises funds to improve targeted cancer treatments.

6/15/2016

Purdue-NOAO team spots "monster" galaxy cluster formation

5/27/2016

High Energy physics group partners with ITaP to handle LHC massive data set

4/22/2016

Prof. Manfra to lead Station Q Purdue and work with Microsoft to develop quantum computing

4/18/2016

Post-doc Petropoulou wins MERAC Prize for best doctoral thesis in theoretical astrophysics

4/15/2016

Prof. Manfra named Bill and Dee O'Brien Professor of Physics and Astronomy

4/11/2016

Prof. Li receives NSF CAREER Award

4/4/2016

Saturday Morning Astrophysics reaches out to Indiana middle and high school students

2/19/2016

Profs. Pyrak-Nolte and Nolte develop a method to remotely evaluate fluid flow in subsurface fractures

2/18/2016

Gravitational wavelengths: A 100-year-old space theory confirmed

2/12/2016

Greg Boebinger (BS 81) receives Francis G. Slack Award for excellence in service to physics

1/22/2016

Two cells are better than one at sensing the environment, but five is a crowd

1/22/2016

Antihydrogen remains neutral in ALPHA experiments

1/22/2016

Bismuth-based nanoribbons show 'topological' transport, potential for new technologies

1/19/2016

Prof. Li part of group proposing quantum teleportation for memory transfer

1/19/2016
Last Updated: May 4, 2016 4:42 PM