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Predicting the response of fungal genes using FUN-PROSE
Neubauer part of team awarded $1.5M from NSF to advance an open-source ecosystem for rapid design of artificial intelligence hardware
Illinois Physics professors meet with leadership from Chicago Quantum Exchange and Senator Duckworth
Illinois Physics researchers introduced the world's first publicly available quantum network
Donor support for COVID-19 research has had far-reaching benefits
“We did not have the time to write external grants and could not rely on traditional and slow funding vehicles. Instead we are supported by philanthropic funds that enable us to use necessary supercomputer resources, which would otherwise not be accessible.” notes Swanlund Professor of Physics Nigel Goldenfeld.
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Watch Maggie and Fahad Mahmood's Material Girl parody video, Condensed Matter Girl, on Maggie's YouTube channel! Maggie is the Physics Education Secondary Education Partnership program coordinator at Illinois Physics, and Fahad is a professor in experimental condensed matter, whose group provided the creative spark for this project.
This original creation explores physics through the performing arts. It is one part of a larger scope of physics-and-the-arts collaborations initiated by Illinois Physics Professor Smitha Vishveshwara.
I am working on my science fair project- I am freezing orange juice and soda to see which will freeze faster. My orange juice froze before the soda- is it because of the carbonate water in the soda or the sugar?
Molly (age 10)
The Illinois Physics Van is a traveling science show for kids! Visit the Physics Van
Professor Jeffrey Filippini
141 Loomis Laboratory
Ehud Altman, University of California, Berkeley
Loomis Lab 141 and via Zoom
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