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Purdue Physics in the News

2014

(03/13/2014)

'Ultracold' molecules promising for quantum computing, simulation

2013

(08/23/2013)

Prof. Chris Greene wins Hamburg Prize for Theoretical Physics

(08/21/2013)

Purdue physicists part of discovery of rare particle decay predicted by the Standard Model

2012

(09/04/2012)

Nano machine shop shapes nanowires, ultrathin films | R&D Mag

2010

(11/19/2010)

Prof. Jay Melosh explains comet fly-by

(09/30/2010)

Physics undergraduate builds solar motorcycle

(09/21/2010)

Prof. Jones teams with Lafayette High School science program

(09/09/2010)

Radioactive decay rates may be more variable than once thought

(05/11/2010)

Nanotech: a revolution for resolution

(04/30/2010)

Quantum Hall effect seen in CVD graphene

(04/23/2010)

Prof. Nolte: The tangled tale of phase space

(03/31/2010)

LHC Collision Reaches World Record Energy

(03/19/2010)

First Results of Searches for the Higgs Boson Published

(03/11/2010)

Exotic Antimatter Detected at Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC)

(03/04/2010)

Fermilab continues to search for the building blocks of the universe

(02/26/2010)

Physics on the Road featured on the Big Ten Network

(02/15/2010)

Prof. Jay Melosh featured on National Geographic Channel

(02/12/2010)

Professor working in 'environment of extremes'

(02/10/2010)

Prof. Molnar awarded DOE early career grant

(01/15/2010)

Boiler Bytes: Purdue Physics on the Road, in the Classroom

2009

(11/18/2009)

Prof. Shipsey Appointed Co-Leader of the LHC Physics Center at Fermilab

(10/28/2009)

Prof. Rokhinson describes his spintronics research at the Royal Society in London (physicsworld.com)

(09/17/2009)

Professor overcomes leukemia, deafness (Purdue Exponent)

(09/02/2009)

Graduate Students Sannah Ziama and Abraham Olson Awarded NSF Fellowships

(05/20/2009)

Alexander Nicolaas Gerritsen, Emeritus Professor of Physics, 1913-2009

(05/13/2009)

Physics sophomore stars in Civic Theater of Greater Lafayette production

(04/23/2009)

Most violent black hole jets are gamma-ray beacons - Cosmos Magazine

2008

(10/02/2008)

Purdue researchers find correlations between nuclear decay rates and earth-sun distance

(09/10/2008)

Professors Ian Shipsey and Virgil Barnes interviewed about the LHC (WTHR.com)

(07/03/2008)

Physics team finds indication of conical emission of subatomic particles

(01/08/2008)

Prof. Matthew Lister - Very Long Baseline Array Movies Reveal New Details of Cosmic Jets

2007

(08/20/2007)

Prof. Carlson brings Wiki to the classroom

(06/07/2007)

Prof. Matthew Lister - 2012: Repeat of 1859 Solar ‘Super Storm’ Catastrophe?

(05/11/2007)

Test of Newton's second law of motion cited as one of the ten top physics stories for 2007

2006

(03/17/2006)

Prof. Jorge Rodriguez Interviewed by Science Magazine

2005

(08/13/2005)

Prof. Shipsey Interviewed by New Scientist

(07/14/2005)

Prof. Shipsey Interviewed by Nature

(04/01/2005)

Prof. Pyrak-Nolte — DOE physicists at work

2004

(08/07/2004)

Starting from Square One: The intricate behaviors of quarks may finally yield to calculation

(02/12/2004)

Major Breakthrough in Lattice Quantum Chromodynamics

(01/16/2004)

Physicists working with Cornell University’s CESR particle collider embark on the venerable machine’s final mission: to decipher the strong force that binds quarks to one another