July 2020 News

July 28, 2020
Welcome to Jinyong Ma who comes to us as a postdoctoral associate working with Jack Harris. His current research is focused on quantum phenomena in a liquid optomechanical...
https://www.su5.group/
July 28, 2020
SU(5) is a peer support and mentorship program for first year graduate students in physics and astronomy. For many students, the transition from undergraduate to graduate...
Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC). The white points show "hits" recorded by particles emerging from the collision as they strike sensors in three layers of the HFT. Scientists use the hits to reconstruct charged particle tracks (red and green lines) to measure the relative abundance of certain kinds of particles emerging from the collision—in this case, charmed lambda particles. (Image courtesy of STAR Collaboration)
July 23, 2020
Wright Lab’s professor of physics Helen Caines is co-spokesperson of the STAR Collaboration, which has recently released a new result that may redefine how nuclear physicists...
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July 15, 2020
The APS Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity Alliance (APS-IDEA) is a new initiative with a mission of empowering and supporting physics departments, laboratories, and other...
July 14, 2020
Larry Gladney (Professor of Physics) has been tapped to chair the FAS committee on communal expectations for teaching and learning. Over the coming weeks, this committee,...
July 9, 2020
Welcome to Isabella Graf who comes to us as a postdoctoral associate working with Ben Machta. During her PhD she worked on self-organization in the context of the cell...
Yale News (July 8, 2020), About Books
July 8, 2020
In Yale News (July 8, 2020), About Books The introductory physics video lectures by Shankar, a renowned Yale physicist and educator, have been viewed over a million times. In...