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Pavel Kornilovich is a runner-up in the “Physics in 2116” essay contest run by AIP’s “Physics Today”. Pavel’s essay, “African Arrow sees hints of structure in the fabric of space”, imagines the result of a giant accelerator experiment 100 years in the future that probes energy scales at which the four known forces would be… Continue reading
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SPS 2016 Applications Workshop Report by Evan Peters SPS chapter President OSUs Society of Physics Students chapter held an applications workshop on Saturday (11/19), where students got excited about summer internships, scholarships, and graduate school admissions. Beginning at 11:00 am, over twenty physics and science students passed through during the six-hour event to grab a… Continue reading
Steven Ellefson graduated from Oregon State University in 2014 with a B.S. in Radiation Health Physics and a minor in Physics. While at OSU, Steven did computational radiation physics research with Dr. Todd Palmer in the School of Nuclear Science and Engineering, completed a summer internship in medical physics at the Samaritan Regional Cancer Center,… Continue reading
Prof. Bo Sun and student Amani Alobaidi’s work on 3-D tumor modeling technology has been highlighted in an article in Advantage-Impact. Here is the full article DIGME shapes better cancer therapies A new 3-D tumor modeling technology could drastically change the way cancer is treated.Diskoid In Geometrically Micropatterned Extracellular matrix (DIGME) is a tissue-patterning solution… Continue reading
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Please see the full article in IMPACT on Scott Clark’s award. He had very nice things to say about the Paradigms, Computational Physics and special thanks to Ruben Landau. Young Alumni Award winner makes Forbes’ 30 under 30 list
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