- The Fraden Group describes how to build your own Programmable Illumination Microscope in the American Journal of Physics.
- Nature News feature highlights work on active matter by Prof. Zvonimir Dogic's group.
- Work by Prof. John Wardle and physics major Mike Kosowsky '14 uses the Event Horizon Telescope to resolve the magnetic field around our galaxy's central black hole.
Physics Department Colloquium
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
4pm in Abelson 131
Daniel Pomeroy, MIT
From Higgs Discovery to the Halls of Congress:
How Scientists Can Engage In Public Policy
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