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Graduate Student Social
New Year Kickoff!

When: Friday, January 24, 2020
Where: In the Grad Lounge, SP 405 @ 5:30 p.m.
Catering: Jimmy John's 

Grad Social for New Year 2020

 

New Method Can Capture The Movement of Millions of Molecules In Real Time in 3DNew Method Can Capture The Movement of Millions of Molecules In Real Time in 3D

The human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, wages war in our bodies using a strategy evolved over millions of years that turns our own cellular machines against themselves. Despite massive strides in understanding the disease, there are still important gaps. For years, scientists at the University of Utah wished there was a way to visualize how the virus and its molecules interact with human cells in real time. So, a research group developed one.

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Spin on Perovskite Research Advances Potential for Quantum ComputingSpin on Perovskite Research Advances Potential for Quantum Computing

The next generation of information technology could take advantage of spintronics—electronics that use the minuscule magnetic fields emanating from spinning electrons as well as the electric charges of the electrons themselves—for faster, smaller electronic devices that use less energy. Newly published work by scientists at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the University of Utah may figure into the future success of spin-based electronics.

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U Physics Students Attend PhysCon ConferenceU Physics Students Attend PhysCon Conference

Twelve students from the Physics & Astronomy Department attended the 2019 Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Congress (Phys Con) in Providence, Rhode Island, the largest gathering of undergraduate physics students in the world. The biannual conference is sponsored by the American Institute of Physics.

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Last Updated: 1/21/20