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Augusta University has received an additional grant from the Department of Energy to support scholarships for students interested in nuclear science.
Dr. Trinanjan Datta, a professor of physics in the College of Science and Mathematics, co-wrote a textbook utilizing his research work with undergraduates at Augusta University.
The interdisciplinary program will help AU in its mission to become a comprehensive research university.
With more than 10,000 physicists attending the American Physical Society March Meeting, Gregory Price, a senior mathematics major, won the best oral research presentation award regarding his research on computational magnetism.
Price comes in first place for best oral presentation.
Students and faculty in the Department of Chemistry and Physics in the College of Science and Mathematics had a strong presence at the recent Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
The Southeastern Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society will be held in Augusta Wednesday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 3.
A team of three Georgia Cancer Center researchers is taking the next step towards finding a future treatment option for colorectal cancer, the third leading cause of cancer-related deaths.
Augusta University's College of Science and Mathematics chemistry degree program has received formal accreditation from the American Chemical Society (ACS), an internationally recognized mark of quality.
Celebrating all things “Learning-By-Doing,” Experiential Learning Week kicks off on Monday, March 12 at noon in room UH-170 with a keynote presentation from Dr. Paul Matthews, associate director of the University of Georgia Office of Service...
Dr. Theja DeSilva has theoretically discovered a new novel form of matter which demonstrates the properties of both a metal and superconductor.
The Office of Faculty Development and Teaching Excellence has announced the latest winners of the Caught in the Act of Great Teaching Award.
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 of physics in the Augusta University College of...
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 words to some, but to Kenny Stiwinter, topological...
You might be wondering what you'll see during the upcoming solar eclipse. Dr. Thomas Crute has the answer.
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.
Dr. Ryan Tanner offers solutions for watching the once-in-a-lifetime eclipse without damaging the unprotected eye.
On Monday, August 21, all of North America will experience a solar eclipse. Augusta University hosts two free events.