• Jim Gates
    July 18, 2017

    Gates is well known for his pioneering work in supersymmetry and supergravity, and his 1977 doctoral dissertation on supersymmetry earned him a prominent place in the early development of the field, as did the 1984 book he co-authored, Superspace, or One thousand and one lessons in supersymmetry, which is widely considered the first comprehensive book on the subject.

  • Brown Physics Professor Mike Kosterlitz
    June 29, 2017

    Brown Physics Professor Mike Kosterlitz, has been named a "Great Immigrant" in the 2017 class revealed this morning by Carnegie Corporation of New York. Kosterlitz, who won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics, adds this to a long list of honors he has received in his nearly 50-year long career. 

  • Humphrey Maris
    June 12, 2017

    The Prize was established to recognize outstanding researchers who have been instrumental in the development and evolution of photoacoustic, photothermal and related techniques and applications that have strong impact on diverse scientific and engineering communities.

  • Maurice Glicksman
    June 2, 2017

    “Professor Glicksman left an indelible mark on this University,” Paxson said. “He led the kind of consequential life that the University seeks to inspire in its graduates.”

  • magnetographic
    June 1, 2017

    In a paper published in the journal Scientific Reports, they show that by using different materials to build a quantum tunneling junction, they were able to alter capacitance by manipulating spins in the opposite way from “normal” magnetocapacitance. This inverse effect, the researchers say, adds one more potentially useful phenomenon to the spintronics toolkit.