Postdoctoral Interview with Yuxuan Zhang
Prof. Dick Bond honoured by Canadian and American physics communities
Prof. Sarah Rauscher and Liam Haas-Neill make new findings about stem cells
Physicists coax superconductivity and more from quasicrystals
How one U of T PhD student's dream of exploring space took flight on a balloon
Emaad Paracha was a key member of the team that launched the Super-pressure Balloon-borne Imaging Telescope, known as SuperBIT, earlier this year
Documentary on Balloon-borne Telescope Developed at U of T Streaming Now
Earlier this year, astronomers successfully launched a balloon-borne telescope that captured extraordinary images of the Universe on its first flight above the Earth’s atmosphere. The Super Pressure Balloon-Borne Imaging Telescope (SuperBIT) was flown to the edge of space by a helium-filled NASA scientific balloon the size of a football stadium, where it also helped researchers investigate the mystery of dark matter.
Summer at CQIQC! Scholarship students reflect on research projects & career goals
Recipients of CQIQC's competitive scholarship program discussed their summer research projects, program experience and their future goals.
Professor Nicolas Grisouard on Climate change and impact on Global water circulation
Prof. R.J. Dwayne Miller receives the 2023 ACS’s Helen M. Free Award for Public Outreach
Prof. Debra Wunch appointed to the Royal Society of Canada’s College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Physicists sleuth hidden order
Physics undergrad student takes climate change science to the streets
Physics Researchers investigate Dark Matter at the SNOLAB
Matt Russo transforms data from space into a musical album, in collaboration with NASA
Prof. Hoi-Kwong Lo has been awarded the 2023 IEEE Photonics Society Quantum Electronics Award
'Why the day is 24 hours long': Astrophysicists reveal why Earth’s day was a constant 19.5 hours for over a billion years
Prof. Pekka Sinervo sheds light on radioactive water pollution from the Fukushima nuclear plant
Professor Kent Moore provides insights into wildfires & climate change
Quantum Key Distribution Breakthrough Improves Communication security
Professor Barth Netterfield shares his work on measuring dark matter using SuperBIT, a balloon telescope
Professor Jason Harlow has been awarded the 2023 CAP Medal for Excellence in Teaching Undergraduate Physics
This medal is in recognition of Jason Harlow's comprehensive knowledge and deep understanding of the subject and the ability to communicate their knowledge and understanding in such a way as to lead their students to high academic achievement in physics. Prof. Harlow is known as an inspiring instructor who encourages students to think independently, critically, and analytically.
Professor Hae-Young Kee has been awarded the 2023 CAP/DCMMP Brockhouse Medal for Outstanding work in Theoretical Quantum Research
This medal recognizes significant experimental or theoretical contributions to condensed matter and materials physics. Dr. Hae-Young Kee is recognized as one of the world’s foremost theoreticians in identifying new quantum materials with desirable functionalities. Her work has emphasized identifying appropriate model Hamiltonians that have led to new insights and predictions.
Professor R.J. Dwayne Miller named Fellow of U.K.’s Royal Society
Shifting gears: How data science led Madeleine Bonsma-Fisher from studying germ models to bike lanes
U of T researcher joins effort to establish transatlantic quantum communications link