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Annual SPS Fall Physics Lab
The Society of Physics Students will be hosting their Annual Fall Physics Lab from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m Saturday, Nov. 16, on the first floor of the university's Physics Building, 825 W. Dickson St.
Collaborators Converge to Kick Off $7.5 Million Research Project
Collaborators from across the nation gathered at the U of A Oct. 18 to kick off a $7.5 million research project aimed at developing a new generation of infrared imaging devices.
Textbooks by University of Arkansas Faculty Added to Open Textbook Library
Three textbooks by U of A faculty — Open Technical Writing, University Physics I: Classical Mechanics, and Astronomy for Educators — are openly licensed now.
Researchers Confirm Ferroelectric Switches Can Be Controlled With Light
The study, funded by the Army Research Office, could lead to new optically driven computer memory, actuators and sensors.
NSF Funds Study of How the Brain Encodes Smells and Flavors
The Shew Lab at University of Arkansas will study how the brain distinguishes exhaled retronasal odors from inhaled odors. The study will be funded by a $923,000 grant over a three-year period.
Physics Professor Becomes Program Director at the National Science Foundation
Julio Gea-Banacloche, a professor in the Physics Department, just joined the National Science Foundation as a program director in the Physics Division.
Physics Graduate Student Awarded NASA Grant
Lacey West, a Distinguished Doctoral Fellow, and her advisor, assistant professor Bret Lehmer, have won a Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology grant.
Physicist Hugh Churchill Receives Presidential Early Career Award
The Presidential Early Career Awards are the highest honor bestowed by the federal government on scientists and engineers who are early in their research careers.
Researchers Demonstrate New Properties of Atomically Thin Ferroelectrics
Doctoral fellow Brandon J. Miller and associate professor Salvador Barraza-Lopez collaborated with experimental groups in China and Germany.
U of A Students Named as Goldwater Scholars, Udall Honorable Mentions
Goldwater Scholarships are awarded to undergraduates in math, science and engineering; Udall honors environmental and Native American work.