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Movileanu portrait

(Nov. 1, 2023)

A&S Physicist Awarded Two NIH R01 Grants for Cutting-Edge Biosensor Design Work

Professor Liviu Movileanu and his team are developing generalizable nano-sized sensors which could one day help detect biomarkers for various diseases.

Alison Patteson in the lab.

(Oct. 24, 2023)

American Physical Society Honors Professor Alison Patteson

Physicist has received early-career award for her research on how the physical environment affects complex living systems.

Schwartz portrait

(Oct. 19, 2023)

Physics Professor Jennifer Schwarz Honored by the American Physical Society

Schwarz was named a Fellow of the APS in recognition of her research and teaching contributions to the field of physics.

Paulsen portrait

(Oct. 19, 2023)

Joseph Paulsen Wins NSF Grant to Study the Physics of Thin Materials

Paulsen will use the funding to better understand what happens when thin materials are bent, twisted and wrinkled into different forms.

Artist rendering of neutron star merger

(Oct. 10, 2023)

Five NSF Grants Fund Syracuse University Researchers’ Work with Cosmic Explorer

Researchers from the University’s new Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy and Astrophysics are at the intellectual center of the next-generation observatory.

(Sept. 29, 2023)

Alexander Nitz Awarded NSF Grant for Work on Gravitational-Wave Astronomy

The grant will support the development of new search algorithms in the rapidly expanding field of gravitational-wave astronomy.

Graphic depicting a black hole merger with colors swirling around a black circle.

(Sept. 25, 2023)

Syracuse University Launches the Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy and Astrophysics

The new center officially launched with an opening ceremony featuring distinguished speakers from Harvard, MIT and Princeton.

On the Shoulders of Giants book cover.

(Sept. 21, 2023)

Physics Alum Mark Reed Celebrated as “Quantum Pioneer” in New Book

Though best remembered for his work at Texas Instruments and Yale University, Reed launched his scientific career at Syracuse University.