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My name is Alena and I am in your adopted physics class. Most of the things in your profile description I didn’t understand very well, but I wanted to ask, how do you deform a nucleus and how would you study such a thing? Also, how do you use physics […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Mar 06

CP Rajendran of the Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research reviews Dr. Venki Ramakrishnan’s new book Gene Machine: The Race to Decipher the Secrets of the Ribosomein an article headlined “The Day of the Outsider.” Ramakrishnan earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the College of Arts & Sciences at […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Feb 21

Ohio University alum and Nobel Prize winner Dr. Venki Ramakrishnan authored a new book titled Gene Machine: The Race to Decipher the Secrets of the Ribosome. Ramakrishnan earned a Ph.D. in Physics from the College of Arts & Sciences at Ohio University. “Ramakrishnanis an Indian-born American and British structural biologist. […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Dec 06

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern The human body is home to more than 200 different types of cells, each performing a unique function. But what makes a blood cell a blood cell, or a neuron a neuron? All cells in an organism are derived from a single embryonic stem […]

The post Stem Cells: From Classical Model to Modern Computation appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Dec 06

ByRyan Flynn NQPI editorial intern One might not think history and physics regularly coincide. However, Distinguished Professor of Physics and Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institutemember Dr. David Drabold steeped himself in both this past spring by taking sabbatical at Trinity College in Cambridge, England. While in Cambridge, Drabold met with […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Dec 06

by Kristin Distel Dr. Brent Park, who earned his doctoral degree in Physics at OHIO, has been named the Deputy Administrator for Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation by the U.S. Department of Energys National Nuclear Security Administration. He was nominated for his position by President Donald Trump, and his subsequent U.S. Senate […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Dec 01

Ohio University alum Keith Hawkins BS 13 received the Charles J. and Claire O. Ping Recent Graduate Award at the OHIO Alumni Association’s 78th annual Alumni Awards Gala. The award is presented to an OHIO graduate who has achieved incredible success within 15 years of earning his or her first […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Oct 25

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern A team of Ohio University researchers and their collaborators used a theoretical model to characterize the physical properties of certain samples of amorphous carbon and showed that these materials are, in fact, connected and distorted fragments of amorphous graphene in an article published in […]

The post OHIO Team Shows Existence of Three-Dimensional Phases of Amorphous Graphene appeared first on Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences.

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Aug 27

By Raymond Humienny NQPI writing intern Ohio University Nanoscale and Quantum Phenomena Institute alumnus Greg Petersen visited the Athens campus recently for the Condensed Matter and Surface Science Colloquium as a part of the Bring Back OUr Alumni event. Petersen, an algorithm engineer, shared his thoughts about establishing a career […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Jul 27

By Amanda Biederman NQPI editorial intern In a paper published in Rapid Research Letters this week, a team of current and former Ohio University researchers reported a new theoretical method to determine the electrical conductive properties of a type of material that is important for the development of new computer […]

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physics and astronomy alumni – Ohio University | College of Arts & Sciences Jul 06

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