Physics is crucial to understanding the world around us, the world inside us, and the world beyond us. It is the most basic and fundamental science and it encompasses the study of the universe from the largest galaxies to the smallest subatomic particles.
Open Positions in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Wayne State University:
- Open Faculty Position in Theoretical Nuclear Physics at WSU
- Kip Thorne colloquium on geometrodynamics
- Physics professor Ed Cackett contributes to historic NASA research
- Four members of the Department of Physics and Astronomy receive awards at the Academic Recognition Ceremony.
- Physics and Astronomy Colloquium: "Probing the Quantum Chromodynamic fluid with relativistic nuclear collisions" by Shanshan Cao
- Abir Kabbani PhD Defense: Polarized Localization Microscopy (PLM) Detects Nanoscale Membrane Curvature and Budding Induced by Cholera Toxin
- Physics Colloquium: "Spin, Charge and Heat Transport in Low-Dimensional Materials", Chun Ning (Jeanie) Lau, Ohio State University
- Science Under the Dome: Touching Nano - visualization and creation with scanning probe microscopy