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Kakalios on CBS Early Show

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor James Kakalios appeared on the CBS Early Show on Monday, January 21st to discuss the physics of how Alcides Moreno who survived a 500 foot fall from a New York City Skyscraper. You can view the story online. More »

Seth Shostak

Shostak to speak on the Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe

The School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Minnesota will host a public lecture with SETI Astronomer Seth Shostak. The lecture entitled “The Search for Intelligent Life in the Cosmos” will take place at 7:00 p.m., Thursday, January 31st at the Tate Laboratory of Physics, Room 150. More »

Dark Matter Music

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Prisca Cushman has created a Youtube video of the Dark Matter Music Box which uses data from the Cryogenic Dark Matter Search (CDMS) and converts them into sound and light. More »

Kakalios quoted in Newsweek

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor James Kakalios is quoted in the current online issue of Newsweek in an article about Alcides Moreno who survived a 500 foot fall from a New York City Skyscraper. More »

Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

The School of Physics and Astronomy's Research Opportunity for Undergraduates (REU) Program is now accepting applications. More »

U theorists make discovery in odd triplet pairing

In a paper which will shortly appear in Physical Review Letters, School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Oriol Valls along with lead author Klaus Halterman (China Lake, Naval Warfare Center) and co-author Paul Barsic (University of Minnesota) show that triplet superconducting pairing, odd in time, is induced in clean heterostructures consisting of an ordinary s-wave superconductor sandwiched between ferromagnets.
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Hank Ryan

Physics Force at Northrop

Physics Force will perform their annual series of shows at Northrop Auditorium starting Monday, January 14th. There will be a public performance of the group on Thursday, January 17th at 7:00 p.m. in Northrop Auditorium. This show is free and open to the public with no reservations needed. More »

Peloso receives McKnight Fellowship

Professor Marco Peloso of the School of Physics and Astronomy has received the McKnight Presidential Fellow Award. The Fellowship is offered to the most promising faculty at critical stages in their careers. More »

Grad program now accepting applications

Applications for the Physics graduate program are now being accepted for the 2008 school year. Apply online now. The deadline for application to the program is January 15, 2008. To be considered for a fellowship, it is recommended that you apply by December 15, 2007. More »

Physics Open House November 15

The School of Physics and Astronomy will hold an Open House on Thursday, November 15th. Events will include lab tours, a pizza lunch and a Physics Force show. More »


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