Tag - Chemistry and Physics

Is magnetism the cure for a too-hot handheld?

Have you ever noticed how hot a laptop or cell phone can get after hours of use? This is one of the biggest problems with modern-day electronics, according to Dr. Trinanjan Datta, associate professor...

Student attends NSF funded research experience

A topological insulator is a material that is able to conduct electricity on the surface but insulates material underneath the surface. This may sound like a standard definition or just a bunch of...

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them

Jaguar Nation's students, faculty, and staff are doing great things. Read about them »

Story Ideas: Solar Eclipse

Why are eclipses so rare? What happens during these fascinating and beautiful events? Why have people historically been so terrified of them? Augusta University has answers.

De Silva selected KITP Scholar

Dr. Theja De Silva, assistant professor of Physics, has been selected as a Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics (KITP) Scholar for 2016-2018. The purpose of the KITP Scholars program is to support...

Celebrate 17 years of excellence today

The Augusta University chapter of Phi Kappa Phi will host its 17th Annual Phi Kappa Phi Student Research and Fine Arts Conference on Friday, March 18 in the Jaguar Student Activities Center. The...

Turn your eyes to the skies

The Department of Chemistry and Physics welcomes students, faculty, staff and alumni to “Look Up at Night, Augusta” (LUNA) on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. in Science Hall, room W1002. Guest speaker Dr...