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Prof. Sarah Rauscher and Liam Haas-Neill make new findings about stem cells
Oct. 20, 2023
by UT Physics
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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
Oct. 2, 2023
by Coby Zucker
Graduate Education, Our Students, Research
Physics undergrad student takes climate change science to the streets
Aug. 28, 2023
by Chris Sasaki - A&S News
Our Faculty, Our Students, Research, Undergraduate Education
PhySU receives the ASSU’s Sanjeev Dewett Course Union of the Year Award
April 5, 2023
by UT Physics
Awards and Honours, Our Students, Undergraduate Education
Strange Quantum Fluids Feel the Strain
Jan. 6, 2023
by UT Physics
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Pueblo Science Hackathon for Science Education on September 23-25, 2022
Students from the Department of Physics participated in the Pueblo Science Hackathon for Science Education on September 23-25, 2022.
Oct. 6, 2022
by UT Physics
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Summer Abroad students probe the subatomic universe at CERN, the world’s largest particle physics lab
In 2012, physicists made headline news around the world with the discovery of the Higgs boson, a lynchpin in the standard model of particle physics, the theory describing all matter and forces in the universe. The breakthrough was long-sought confirmation of the theory explaining why some particles have mass and others do not.
Sept. 7, 2022
by UT Physics
Our Students, Research
Simple Multiuser Twin-Field Quantum Key Distribution Network
Dr. Xiaoqing Zhong's paper has been chosen as an Editors' suggestion in APS Physical Review Applied
Jan. 25, 2022
by UT Physics
Our Students, Research
After fall convocation, Wentao Cui will live his dream of attending MIT
“I was fortunate to have been taught some advanced math and physics by my family when I was quite young and found it very interesting,” he says. “Also, popular science books sparked my imagination. For as long as I can remember, I enjoyed trying to understand what the universe was made of at the most fundamental level, and tried to understand the nature of what we observed around us.”
Nov. 23, 2021
by UT Physics
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Graduate Student Tyler Wizenberg featured in Otago Daily Times
Department of Physics graduate student Tyler Wizenberg was one of 53 representatives attending the 2019 Joint NDACC-IRWG and TCCON meeting.
June 10, 2019
by UT Physics
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