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Physics Lecture Today on Novel Applications of Ferroelectrics
The Department of Physics presents its Physics Colloquium, titled "Novel Applications of Ferroelectrics: Towards Artificial Synapses and Energy Storage," by Bin Xu on Friday, Oct. 20.
Physicists' Research Sheds Light on Overlooked Aspect of Ferroelectric Materials
Researchers at the University of Arkansas investigating critical properties of ferroelectric thin films have shed light on an overlooked phase of the material.
Lecture Today on If There Are Two Forms of Liquid Water
The Department of Physics presents its Physics Colloquium, titled "Are There Two Forms of Liquid Water?" to be given by H. Eugene Stanley, professor of physics at Boston University Friday, Oct. 13.
Lecture Today on Quantum Computing With Neutral Atoms
Mark Saffman, professor of physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will give a physics colloquium about quantum computing at 4 p.m. Oct. 6 in PHYS 133.
Figueroa to Speak at Physics Colloquium Today
Eden Figueroa, a professor at Stony Brook University, will present a physics colloquium about building networks of room-temperature quantum devices at 4 p.m. today in PHYS 133.
U of A Physicists Develop New Tool That Could Improve Cancer Research
Research by former Fayetteville High School student with University of Arkansas research leads to article about novel method of analyzing molecular-level experimental data.
Physics Professor Publishes Review on Strained Two-Dimensional Materials
Salvador Barazza-Lopez, associate professor of physics, is part of a team that published a review article on the properties of strained graphene and other strained two-dimensional atomic materials.
Sociology Senior Spends Summer at Pew Research Center in Washington D.C.
Bryn Smernoff, a sociology major, participated in research at the Pew Research Center in Washington, D.C., with mentor Patricia Herzog, assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice.
Learn More About the Upcoming Solar Eclipse
A presentation by astronomy faculty and students on Thursday, Aug. 17 is the first of many events related to the Aug. 21 eclipse.
Everything You Need to Know About the Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse
An astronomer and students in the U of A physics department have created a one-stop information website about the upcoming event.