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TIGER balloon breaks record

TIGER, a balloon that collects data to help physicists discover the origins of cosmic rays, has broken a record for the length of its flight. More »

2002 REU Online Application

Apply on line for our Research Opportunities for Undergraduates Program More »

Hanany awarded McKnight Professorship

Shaul Hanany was awarded a 2001-2003 Mcknight Land-Grant Professorship. More »

Larkin wins Onsager Prize

Anatoly Larkin, Professor of Physics at the University of Minnesota has been awarded the 2002 Lars Onsager Prize by the American Physical Society. More »

Campbell wins Taylor Award

Charles E. Campbell, Professor of Physics at the University of Minnisota, won the 2000-2001 George W. Taylor Asward for Distinguished Service. More »

Voloshin wins 2001 Sakurai Prize

Mikhail Voloshin, University of Minnesota Professor of Physics was awarded the 2001 Sakurai Prize in Theoretical Particle Physics More »

REU poster session and presentation

All faculty, staff, and students are inivited to the REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) poster session which will be held this Wednesday at 3:00 in rm. 242 Physics. More »

Cosmic Cabaret

Cosmic Cabaret with Lynda Williams, the Physics Chanteuse More »

Van Vleck Lecture

Professor James W. Cronin, Some Episodes in the History of Cosmic Rays More »

Experiment challenges Standard Model

Experimental results directly confront the Standard Model of particle physics. More »


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