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Physicist Hans Dehmelt, the first UW professor to win a Nobel Prize, dies March 27, 2017
Hans Dehmelt — Nobel laureate and UW professor emeritus — has died at age 94 March 21, 2017
10 Black Women in Academia That You Need To Know About February 9, 2017
Scientists plan to march on Washington — but where will it get them? February 9, 2017
The Department is Seeking to Hire Faculty Member in the Field of Experimental Nuclear Physics February 2, 2017
Professors Majumdar and Xu Discover an Important First Step Towards Building Electrically Pumped Nano-Lasers January 26, 2017
Russian Jamming Got You Down? Try Talking Underwater January 12, 2017
UW Hyperloop team fuels its final dash to the national pod races with crowdfunding January 10, 2017
Dark Matter Hunters Are Hoping 2017 Is Their Year January 3, 2017
In Stockholm ceremony, UW professor emeritus David Thouless receives Nobel Physics Prize December 14, 2016
Microsoft researchers lay down a big bet on topological quantum computers November 22, 2016
Quantum computers can talk to each other via a photon translator November 16, 2016
The Structures of Our Cells Live Inside the Stars November 7, 2016
Axion Alert! Exotic Particle Detector May Miss Out on Dark Matter November 7, 2016
David Thouless For Physics, Another Nobel November 2, 2016
What The Hell Is Going On With Dark Energy? November 2, 2016
Foreign-born professors account for US Nobel haul October 11, 2016
Are the Nobel prizes missing female scientists? October 10, 2016
UW's David Thouless wins share of Nobel physics prize for weird science of superconductors October 5, 2016
Bagels and buns: The research that won the 2016 Nobel Prize for Physics explained October 5, 2016
3 who studied unusual states of matter win Nobel Prize in Physics October 4, 2016
Why 'exotic matter' matters — and won the Nobel Prize in Physics October 4, 2016
UW Wins Nobel Prize in Physics David Thouless Wins Nobel Prize in Physics October 4, 2016
Three scientists working in the United States awarded Nobel Prize in Physics October 4, 2016
The Frontiers of Physics Public Lecture Series August 31, 2016

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