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    Physics is the most fundamental of sciences, underpinning all others. Research in physics remains vibrant, challenging and inspiring.

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  • Graduate Program

    By immersion in a collaborative cutting-edge research environment, our highly ranked graduate program prepares the next generation of physicists for distinguished and impactful careers.

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  • The Frontiers of Physics Public Lecture Series

    We host a free lecture series welcoming renowned scientists, including Nobel Laureates, to speak about exciting advances in physics.

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  • Innovative Research

    From investigating the nature of dark matter to manipulating sophisticated quantum systems in the lab, our research is at the forefront of today's science and tomorrow's technology.

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  • Nobel Prize in Physics

    Learn more about Professor Emeritus David Thouless, winner of the 2016 Nobel Prize in physics. Thouless’s research overturned prevailing theories on how matter behaves in flat, two-dimensional environments.

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