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Spider-Man Article Puts Kakalios in the Spotlight

An op-ed article in the Minneapolis Star and Tribune written by Professor James Kakalios about the physics of Spider-Man has caught the attention of the Associated Press (AP) More »

Pepin Receives Taylor Award

Professor Robert Pepin received the 2002 George Taylor Distinguished Service Award at a reception associated with Institute of Technology Commencement on May 10, 2002.

Bardeen and Harvey to Speak at Symposium

Pepin to receive Taylor Award

Professor Robert Pepin has been announced as the recipient of the 2002 The George Taylor Distinguished Service Award. More »

Tate Lab to host public art performance

"You Are Here", a public art performance by Charles Campbell (not to be confused with Prof. of Physics, Charles Campbell) and Steve Epley will be held at Tate Lab of Physics May 2-12, 2002. More »

Lecture demonstration area to be renamed to honor George D. Freier

There will be a gathering in Room 135, Tate Lab of Physics at 3:30 p.m., Thursday, April 25th, to celebrate the naming of the George D. Freier Lecture Demonstration Area.

Physics Force to perform at St. Cloud State

The Physics Force will perform a public show at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 15th in Halenbeck Hall on the St. Cloud State Campus. More »

Goldman Receives London Prize

Professor Allen Goldman of the School of Physics and Astronomy received the prestigious Fritz London Memorial Prize, the highest award in the field of low-temperature physics. More »

Research Experiences for Teachers

The School of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Minnesota will again offer a summer program, Research Experiences for Teachers, offering teachers an opportunity to work with a physics r More »

Minnesota Reunion at the APS March Meeting

Physics Department hosting Reunion on March 19, for annual APS meeting. More »


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