Orange Alert


(June 22, 2023)

Chance Baggett Featured in Syracuse University Article

Chance Baggett '24 has been named a 2023-24 Astronaut Scholar by the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF).

Physics graduate student Hangyi Wu gets ready to utilize a High Energy Physics-group designed vacuum pick-up tool for one of the delicate operations involved in assembling the instrumented staves.

(June 16, 2023)

Nature's Elusive Secrets

A&S physicists design technology used at international lab to discover new information about what the Universe is made of.

Graphic representation of a DNA strand.

(March 20, 2023)

‘Fishing’ for Biomarkers

A team of researchers, including Syracuse University physics professor Liviu Movileanu and postdoctoral researcher Mohammad Ahmad, have developed a broadly applicable nano-sensor capable of single-molecule precision.

Images of Tripti Bhattacharya Alison Patteson and Olga Makhlynets and Rachel Steinhardt from left to right

(March 2, 2023)

A&S Faculty Collect Top National Awards and Grants

EES professor Tripti Bhattacharya, physics professor Alison Patteson and chemistry professors Olga Makhlynets and Rachel Steinhardt are recognized for their innovative and noteworthy research.

Graphic with photos of Jennifer Ross and Jason Wiles with text that reads AAAS Fellows.

(Jan. 31, 2023)

Pair of A&S Professors Receive Prestigious Distinction from the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Jennifer Ross of the Department of Physics and Jason Wiles of the Department of Biology are honored in recognition of their commitment to the advancement of science.

Exterior of Hall of Languages in winter.

(Jan. 18, 2023)

A Warm Winter Welcome to A&S’ Newest Faculty Members

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes eight new professors this semester.

This illustration shows a glowing stream of material from a star as it is being devoured by a supermassive black hole in a tidal disruption flare.

(Jan. 12, 2023)

A Star’s Unexpected Survival

A team of physicists devise a model that maps a star’s surprising orbit about a supermassive black hole – revealing new information about one of the cosmos’ most extreme environments.

Physics Professor Lisa Manning leading a discussion at the Convergence Accelerator workshop in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

(Dec. 23, 2022)

Nature-Inspired Designs Could Offer Solutions for Global Challenges

Syracuse physics professor is leading an effort to translate research into real-world applications.