The NOvA remote control facility was funded from Patricia Vahle’s CAREER grant from the National Science Foundation.
The freestanding camera obscura behind the Muscarelle is a partnership between photography, physics and architecture.
Marc Sher, Matt Allar and Barbette Spaeth are embracing significant changes to their physics, theatre and classical studies classes.
William & Mary physicist Konstantinos Orginos has been named a Fellow of the American Physical Society.
Bob McKeown was a participant in two of five experiments that shared the 2016 Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics.
A group of physicists has published a set of results that could offer an avenue for the discovery of new physics beyond the Standard Model.
The work of Physics Ph.D. candidate Matthew Burton and his advisor R.A. Lukaszew is featured in the Volume 31 Number 5 edition of Cold Facts, a periodical produced by the Cryogenic Society of America
Academic libraries nationwide are beginning to embrace the open access movement, an effort to provide unrestricted online access to research.
W&M philosophers and physicists look at "Back to the Future" in different ways, though both disciplines are stumped by the same paradoxes.
A set of recommendations on ways to advance nuclear physics research in the United States includes the significant development of programs at Jefferson Lab in Newport News, a facility where scores of William & Mary scientists conduct research.
A new book on nanomagnetism, edited by Physics Professor Ale Lukaszew.
Jacob Gunnarson’s first reaction upon being handed the keys to the observatory was one of moderate horror.
Dawn Mansfield Arnall ’80, M.B.A. ’82, has donated more than $1 million to William & Mary to establish the Mansfield Professorship in honor of her family.
Ben Kincaid '17 spent his summer as a lab aide in William & Mary’s Applied Research Center.
Fermilab presented an analysis of the first results from its NOvA neutrino experiment on Aug. 7 and physicists from William & Mary were heavily involved.
Who is the mysterious author or authors of the copious annotations, edits and sometimes very strange markings that appear throughout the text of Swem Library's first-edition copy of Isaac Newton’s "Principia"?
Since the club's inception in 2014, members of the William & Mary Robotics Club have been coming up with interesting challenges in the field of robotics.
Several apples have begun growing on the university's Newton trees.
Anuraag Sensharma '15 was selected as this year's student speaker for Commencement.
Two physicists are inviting their colleagues from across the university to investigate the possibilities of the Small Hall Makerspace May 18 to May 22.
Matthew Burton, a graduate student in the William & Mary Department of Physics, is part of the effort to make a better accelerator.
AJ Pyle was recently awarded the 2015 Cheryl Griffith Tropf Fellowship in Physics. Mr. Pyle was selected based on his strong progress on his research, and his excellent potential as a physicist. The award allows Mr. Pyle to fully focus on research during the spring semester and provides a small research budget.
William and Mary physics graduate student Matt Burton has received a Department of Energy, Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program award. Between 50 to 100 of these fellowships are awarded nationally each year.
The Graduate Research Symposium will be held at the Sadler Center March 20-21, 2015.
Will Bergan ’15, a math and physics double major from Springfield, Virginia, is the 2015 recipient of William & Mary’s Thomas Jefferson Prize in Natural Philosophy, William & Mary's top honor for science and mathematics undergraduates.
A paper authored by recent William and Mary Ph.D. recipient, Zachary Brown, was singled out out in the prestigious journal, Physical Review D.
A physics undergraduate at William & Mary has been selected for a research assistantship at the U.S. Department of Energy's Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, or Jefferson Lab.