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Eighth CQCD Workshop

The Fine Theoretical Physics Institute (FTPI) will sponsor the Eighth Workshop on Continuous Advances in QCD, from May 15-18 on the Minneapolis Campus of the University of Minnesota. More »

Quantum Magnetism Workshop

May 2-4, 2008 sponsored by FTPI. More »

QuarkNet now accepting applications

Applications are now being accepted for the summer 2008 QuarkNet program. Deadline for application is April 4, 2008. More »


Bardeen honored with stamp

A stamp bearing the likeness of the late physicist John Bardeen will be issued on March 6th 2008 by the United States Postal Service. John Bardeen, the first person to win two Nobel prizes in the same field, was an assistant professor at the University of Minnesota from 1938-1941. More »

Nobel Laureate David Gross to deliver Van Vleck Lecture

Nobel Laureate David Gross will deliver the 2008 Abigail and John Van Vleck Lectures. The public lecture, "The Coming Revolutions in Fundamental Physics" will take place Wednesday, March 5th at 4:00 p.m. in Tate Laboratory 150. More »

Art gallery showcases Soudan mural

An exhibition entitled,"Deep Underground Sky: Works by Joseph Giannetti" will be held at the Coffman Art Gallery from January 30-March 27th. More »

Marshak to participate in art discussion panel

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Marvin Marshak will participate in a panel discussion, entitled, "Deep Underground Sky: Three Perspectives,” on Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 7-8:30 p.m. in the Coffman gallery. More »

Cattel named Fellow of the AGU

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor Cynthia Cattell was recently named a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (AGU). More »

The Ultra Heavy Elements in the Cosmic Radiation

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor C. J. Waddington has recently published an article in Space Science Reviews about "The Ultra Heavy Elements in the Cosmic Radiation. More »

Kakalios on CBS Early Show

School of Physics and Astronomy Professor James Kakalios appeared on the CBS Early Show on Monday, January 21st to discuss the physics of how Alcides Moreno who survived a 500 foot fall from a New York City Skyscraper. You can view the story online. More »

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