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Research Uncovers the Spontaneous Polarization of Novel Ultrathin Materials
Associate professor Salvador Barraza-Lopez and Taneshwor Kaloni, a former post-doctoral researcher, studied materials with colleagues from the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Matter in China.
U of A Researchers Contribute to Updated 'Tree of Life'
Fred Spiegel, a Distinguished Professor of biology, is one of about 40 experts worldwide, and one of three affiliated with the U of A, tasked with periodically updating the phylogenetic tree for eukaryotes.
Colloquium: Do Quantum Spin Liquids Exist?
Changsong Xu will discuss the quantum spin liquid state at 4 p.m. today, Friday, Nov. 9, in Physics Building 133. Refreshments will be served at 3:30 p.m. in PHYS 134.
Colloquium: Introducing Department of Energy EPSCoR
Tim Fitzsimmons of the U.S. Department of Energy will discuss the DOE's EPSCoR program at 4 p.m. today, Tuesday, Oct. 30, in Physics Building 133.
Colloquium: Navigating the Scholarly Communication and Publishing Landscape
Stephanie Pierce and Melody Herr of the University Libraries will discuss publishing opportunities and pitfalls for physical science researchers at 4 p.m. today, Oct. 26, in PHYS 133.
Taking a Close Look at Bacteria
Using new high-tech tools, professor Yong Wang and graduate student Asmaa Sadoon have been able to observe certain processes inside live bacteria for the first time.
Colloquium: Beyond the Rayleigh Limit in Optical Lithography
Distinguished Professor M. Suhail Zubairy will discuss advancing beyond the diffraction limit in optical lithography at 4 p.m. today, Friday, Oct. 19, in Physics Building 133.
Exploring the Challenges of Exfoliating Novel Two-Dimensional Materials
The presence of ambient water molecules might prevent the split of the materials known as "group IV monochalcogenides" into a single layer of two-dimensional material.
Colloquium: Does the Particle Really Go Through Both Slits? Answer: No
Associate professor Barry Ward will discuss how to communicate quantum mechanics to non-experts today 4 p.m. today, Friday, Oct. 12, in Physics Building 133.
Fulbright College Alumna Named 'National Teacher of the Year' by Physics Teacher Education Coalition
Tiffany Taylor, a University of Arkansas alumna and physics teacher at Rogers Heritage High School, has been named the 2018 PhysTEC National Teacher of the Year.