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September 27, 2018
Zohreh Davoudi was awarded the 2018 Ken Wilson Prize for Lattice Gauge Theory. Zohreh was a PhD student at the INT and University of Washington Physics Dept (advised by Martin Savage), and is now an Assistant Professor at the University of Maryland. She is the 3rd PhD student from the INT and Nuclear Theory Groups in Seattle to win this prestigious award.  The prize is for work she did at UW, and she was nominated by Silas Beane, with letters from Will Detmold and Martin Savage.   
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September 20, 2018
Physics Graduate Student Rachel Osofsky is quoted about her work adjusting the magnetic field of a new electromagnetic ring. Featured on sciencenews.org 
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September 29, 2017
Professor of Chemistry, Daniel Gamelin, is director of the new Molecular Engineering Materials Center for research, education and training in materials science. Featured on UW Today 
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August 28, 2017
University of Washington physicist Kai-Mei Fu discusses quantum internet. Featured on Business Insider 
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August 16, 2017
Physics professor Kai-Mei Fu is quoted in this article. Featured on Wired 
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August 11, 2017
Evolutionary psychology is just the most obvious example of science’s flaws. Featured on Seattle Times 
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July 13, 2017
Forty percent of women of color said that they felt unsafe in their current job as a result of harassment about their gender. Featured on The Washington Post 
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June 15, 2017
According to Chanda Prescod-Weinstein, a theoretical physicist at the University of Washington, axions could theoretically condense into something like a Bose-Einstein condensate. Featured on Quanta Magazine 
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June 9, 2017
A team led by researchers from the University of Washington and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology published their results this week in the journal Nature. Featured on GeekWire 
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October 5, 2016
This year, the Nobel Prize in Physics went to three men — all born in Britain, but working at U.S. universities. Featured on Tech Radar 
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