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Research Opportunities for Undergraduates

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

A neutrino detector!

MINOS in 2007 Guiness Book of World Records

The Main Injector Neutrino Oscillation Search (MINOS) experiment operates the world's most powerful beam of neutrino, according to the 2007 Guinness Book of World Records. More »

Physics of Bowling

Undergraduates from the School of Physics and Astronomy Society of Physics Students (SPS) will take on physics questions and a bowling challenge tonight (Tuesday, November 21) at 6:30 p.m. at the Bryant Lake Bowl. More »

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STEREO Launch a success

NASA successfully launched the STEREO or Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatories mission on October 25th. More »

Kakalios in Driven to Discover commercial

Professor James Kakalios of the School of Physics and Astronomy is featured in a television commercial for the University of Minnesota’s “Driven to Discover” campaign. More »

Faculty and Postdoc Positions

The School of Physics and Astronomy has faculty and research associate positions available for qualified candidates. The School is conducting searches now for positions starting Fall 2007. More »

AAPT Meeting at Tate Lab this Saturday

The Minnesota Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers will
meet at the University of Minnesota Minneapolis Campus on Saturday October
21st in room 133 Tate Hall. The meeting is open to all. More »

Annual Group Photograph

The annual school photograph will be taken on the front steps of the Physics Building at 3:25 p.m., Wednesday, October 25th. More »

Kakalios tops on YouTube

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor James Kakalios stars in a series of web films taken from his lecture "Physics of Superheroes" which are currently in the top five science and technology videos on the popular website YouTube. More »


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