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Fall Colloquia Series!

On September 22nd, we welcome Will Cantrell from Michigan Tech's Department of Physics and Atmospheric Sciences Program.

His talk is entitled "Why Does it Rain? Laboratory Studies of the Microphysics of Clouds which Lead to Precipitation" and will be held in room 228 at 4:00pm.

This talk will also include a discussion about a one-of-a-kind facility at Michigan Tech: a turbulent cloud chamber!

Fall colloquia schedule

 

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New Toys in the Physics Department for Biophysics Research!

MRI

The full setup [above]

Helium compressors [below]

Stinger

Existing EPR equipment has been totally upgraded and refurbished by Bruker BioSpin Corps, and will be used by faculty and students for exciting Biophysics research.

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EVENTS AND ANNOUNCMENTS

EPR Spectroscopy Detects Disease for the First Time: Finds Abnormalities in Mitochondria. Ths process could have a significant role in diagnosing mitochondrial diseases. Read the news release about Dr. Brian Bennett's EPR research.

Congratulations to Dr. Zbigniew Sorbjan on his NSF-awarded grant "Toward an Improved Understanding and Parameterization of the Stable Atmospheric Boundary Layer"

Dr. Brian Bennett and Dr. Rick Holz also received an NSF-awarded grant "MRI: Upgrade of an EPR Spectrometer to Serve Marquette University and the Greater Milwaukee Region"

MU Alum Nick Lopez-Canelas ('15) featured in IAU General Assembly newsletter! Read about his poster presentation.

The Spring 2015 Physics Alumni Panel was a success! Read about the alumni; see pictures.

Dr. Chris Stockdale quoted in The Chonicle of Higher Education.

Dr. Chris Stockdale's research made the cover of Science Magazine!

 

 

 

 

 

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