Join the Department of Physics for a day of fun and family-friendly science.
Live From the International Space Station
Join us for a live video Q&A with NASA astronaut and NC State physics alumna Christina Koch, who is currently serving as a flight engineer aboard the International Space Station.
Researchers Forecast Failure in Disordered Materials
Physicists forecasted likely points of failure in two-dimensional disordered laser-cut lattices without needing to study detailed states of the material.
‘Sandwich’ Structure Key to Thin LSMO Films Retaining Magnetic Properties
LSMO, a promising material for spintronic devices, retains its magnetic properties in atomically thin layers if it is “sandwiched” between two layers of a different ceramic oxide, LSCO.
Goldwater Scholar Ana Sofia Uzsoy: Intelligent Life
Goldwater Scholar and physics major Ana Sofia Uzsoy is doing research to help us understand the universe at every scale.
Katie Mack and JJ Eldridge: Cosmic Endgames
Astrophysicists Katie Mack of NC State and JJ Eldridge of the University of Auckland will give a public talk as part of the Fifty-One Erg workshop.
Physics Alumna Launches Into Orbit
Follow astronaut and physics alumna Christina Koch's adventures aboard the International Space Station.
Pi Day Career Extravaganza
The event is a great opportunity for math, statistics and physics majors to learn more about potential career paths.
Blasting Off Into History
NC State physics and engineering graduate Christina Hammock Koch blasts off for the International Space Station on March 14 to conduct experiments — and make history.
Six Sciences Faculty and Staff Nominated for Equity for Women Awards
The College of Sciences had the most nominees of any college at the university.