A recent meeting of the APS Leadership Convocation provided an opportunity for an impromptu reunion of three alumni from our department.
Matt Shepherd was elected spokesperson of the GlueX Collaboration.
Indiana University has established a new research center to pursue the rapidly developing field of quantum science and engineering.
On August 13, 2019, researchers for IUB Physics published interesting results from the GlueX experiment as an editors’ selection in Physical Review Letters.
Dr. Chen-Yu Liu was recently featured on NPR with Jo Palca discussing her work on neutron electric dipole moment and why we (and corned beef) exist.
A paper written by IU graduate student Di Wu and Professor Jorge Jose was named one of the top 100 articles published in the field of neuroscience in 2018: “A Biomarker Characterizing Neurodevelopment with applications in Autism.”
IU physicist Michael Snow co-leads first observation of the weak interactions between protons and neutrons.
MiniBooNE result on evidence for a fourth neutrino is published in Physical Review Letters and featured in APS Physics Viewpoint.
Computer simulations have found that “nuclear pasta”—strange material found inside neutron stars—may just be the strongest material in the universe.