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Jennifer Ross

(Oct. 1, 2021)

A&S Physicist Part of a Five-University Team Programming Biological Cells to Design Futuristic Materials

The group’s NSF-funded project will provide a framework for the design of synthetic materials that accomplish biological functions.

Portrait of Kameshwar Wali.

(Sept. 22, 2021)

The Kashi and Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture Presents Wildlife Conservation Scientist Krithi K. Karanth September 27

The annual lecture was renamed this year to honor Kameshwar C. Wali's late wife, Kashi.

Jennifer Ross

(Aug. 9, 2021)

A&S Physicist Awarded NIH Grant to Explore the Enzyme Katanin

Jennifer Ross, professor and department chair of physics, has been awarded a three-year R15 grant from the National Institutes of Health to investigate the regulation of a key enzyme called katanin.

Paul Souder portrait.

(Aug. 9, 2021)

Physicist Paul Souder Awarded Grant for MOLLER Experiment Research

Souder’s funding will contribute to his collaborative work on the Measurement of a Lepton-Lepton Electroweak Reaction experiment, or MOLLER experiment.

Artist rendering of neutron star merger

(Aug. 3, 2021)

Syracuse University Part of Elite Multi-Institutional Physics Research Hub

Duncan Brown, the Charles Brightman Endowed Professor of Physics, is among a group of physicists who received a $3.25M NSF grant to study the properties of neutron stars.

(July 15, 2021)

Faculty and Staff Highlights Summer 2021

Highlighting faculty and staff professional activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.

(July 15, 2021)

Student Highlights Summer 2021

Highlighting student activities, including conferences, exhibitions, performances, awards, and publications.

(July 14, 2021)

The Return of the Physics Graduate Organization

The Syracuse University Physics Graduate Students Organization PhyGo is an organization open to all physics graduate students, with the goal of providing resources for students and opportunities for professional development and social events. PhyGo leadership worked tirelessly to bring the organization to what it is today.