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assistant professor of physics Bjoern Penning, wearing a hard hat and headlamp inside a former mine that is now the Sanford Underground Research Facility

June 11, 2019

Journey into a former gold mine as assistant professor of physics Bjoern Penning and members of his lab work to build a vessel that will detect dark matter, a mysterious substance believed to make up most of the universe, for the first time ever.

Madeline Bisgyer ’20 and Noaem Shurin ’19, speak to a group in front of a window

May 28, 2019

ENACT: the Educational Network for Active Civic Transformation, a non-partisan, academic program that began at Brandeis, has spread to 29 universities and connects students with coursework and legislators to make an impact on civic life in the U.S.

The Take: Big Ideas Explained in Under 5 Minutes

May 24, 2019

In the latest episode of our podcast, Brandeis International Business School's Ben Gomes-Casseres explains why some companies are growing bigger while others are decentralizing.