Effective Field Theory: Q&A with Sebastian Koenig
Sebastian Koenig talks about how effective field theory helps nuclear physicists understand the universe.
Podcast: Katie Mack on the End of Everything
Cosmologist and author Katie Mack talks to NC State’s Audio Abstract about universe-ending scenarios and how astrophysicists know what they know about the universe.
Controlling Streams of Liquid Metal at Room Temperature
Researchers have demonstrated a technique that allows them to produce streams of liquid metal at room temperature.
Genome Guardians Stop and Reel in DNA to Correct Replication Errors
Two proofreading proteins stop and reel in DNA mismatches to prevent replication errors.
NC State Physicist Receives DOE Early Career Award
Assistant Professor Dali Sun has earned a prestigious award to support his spintronics research.
Teaching Physics to Neural Networks Removes ‘Chaos Blindness’
“Teaching” physics to neural networks helps them adapt to chaos.
Podcast: The Sun
Astrophysicist Steve Reynolds gives us the lowdown on the solar minimum, space weather, and other cool facts about our favorite star, the Sun.
#BlackLivesMatter at NC State Physics
As we collectively mourn the ongoing violence against the Black community in our country, I wanted to stress that the Department of Physics remains committed to ensuring a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. The department strongly condemns racism and […]
Making At-Home Learning Fun For All
NC State’s Science House, a statewide STEM outreach program for K-12 students, has developed online learning resources for students who are staying home for school.
Experimenting in the Universe’s Laboratory
Noah Wolfe, a 2020 Goldwater Scholar, studies supernovas to expand our knowledge of physics.