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Detecting the cosmic microwave background radiation at the South Pole.

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The Department of Physics, through its dedication to research and education, pursues new knowledge in areas spanning the design and development of new materials to the workings of the universe from the Big Bang to the present. Our broad range of theoretical and experimental work in these areas is complemented by programs in imaging physics and science entrepreneurship.

Application deadlines: January 15 for the Ph.D. program, rolling for the M.S. in Physics and M.S. in Physics Entrepreneurship. Applications are still being accepted for the M.S. programs in Physics and Physics Entrepreneurship.

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Our Institute of the Science of Origins helped organize a Ted X event here last November, TEDxCLESalon, to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Einstein's Theory of General Relativity. Some of the Ted X talks are now available. Below we embed the talks by Physics Faculty who presented at the event: Claudia de Rham, John Ruhl and Glenn Starkman.

Claudia's TedX Talk

Glenn's TedX Talk

John's TedX Talk