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The Cosmos
The Cosmos

From the mysteries of dark matter to the secrets hidden in our own solar system, astrophysics probes the galaxy of unanswered questions.


At the size scale of an atom, researchers manipulate nano-particles to explore the world of quantum mechanics and to build the smallest machines possible.

Probing Life
Probing Life

Biophysicists study the complexity of life by using the laws of physics and the power of math to analyze patterns in living things, from epilepsy to signal processing.

Nuclei & Particles
Nuclei & Particles

The nuclear force is the strongest found in nature. From questions of how protons and neutrons are bound in nuclei (or neutron stars) to the interactions of quarks and gluons, this is strong stuff.


Special Event JINA-CEE Int'l Symposium
Neutron Stars in the Multi-Messenger Era: Prospects
& Challenges

May 23-27
Walter Hall

Tuesday, Feb. 9 INPP Seminar
Sebastian Koenig
The Ohio State University
Perturbative and Nonperturbative Coulomb Effects in Pionless EFT
4 p.m. in Edwards Accelerator Lab, Roger W. Finlay Conference Room.

Wednesday, Feb. 10 Special Colloquium
Joseph Jachinowski
CEO of Mevion Medical Systems
The Confluence of Superconductivity and High-Energy Physics in the Quest to Cure Cancer
4:10 p.m. in 245 Walter Hall.

Thursday, Feb. 11 CMSS Colloquium
David Lederman
West Virginia University
Probing the Surface States of Topological Insulators
4:10 p.m. 245 Walter Hall.

Friday, Feb. 12 Colloquium
Peter Palffy-Muhoray
Liquid Crystal Institute from Kent State University
Short stories from the world of liquid crystals
4:10 p.m. 245 Walter Hall.

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