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UW Professor Achieves Breakthrough in Understanding Superconductivity Properties 

UW Article  Phys.Org Article

UW Receives $1.2 Million NSF Award to Train 70 New Wyoming Certified Math and Science Teachers

 

Professor Hannah Jang-Condell Co-Writes Paper on Discovery of Possible Planet Formed Around Distant Star 

  University of Wyoming News Article                Laramie Boomerang Article

UW to Host ‘AstroCamp: Journey to the Stars’ June 16-25    

UW Hosts Astronomy Experience for Six Undergraduate Students from Across the Nation

Students Study Stars at UW Science Camp  48 students attended the UW’s ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp.  Read more...

Seven UW Research Projects Chosen for First Cycle of Super Computer Use  The National Science Foundation has chosen seven University of Wyoming research projects -- ranging from hydrology of the Colorado River Basin to planet formation from star debris to fluid dynamics of wind turbines -- that will use the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)-Wyoming Supercomputing Center (NWSC) in Cheyenne this fall.  Read more..

Jang-Condell's Research Focuses on Planet Formation in Solar System, Around Stars Hannah Jang-Condell was not one of those kids who gazed at the stars and dreamed of one day becoming an astromer. It was not even until her senior year at Harvard that she took a modern astrophysics course.  Read more...

UW Professor Creates Large Infrared Camera to Study History of the Universe  Michael Pierce plans to study the history of the cosmos -- going back 10 billion years -- with an infrared camera it took him seven years to create.  Read more...

Women in Science Conference at UW Designed to Get Young Women Excited About STEM Careers  About 400 junior high and high school girls from across the state will descend on the University of Wyoming Tuesday, May 8.  Read more...

Soft Ray Looks to Save Lives by Developing Rapid, Low-Cost System for Detection of Bacteria in Blood Platelets   

UW Physics Professor Researches Possibility of Electronic Devices Produced on Smaller Scale  

NASA Grant Supports UW Telescope Upgrade

Promoting Diversity through Undergraduate Research Fellowship

ExxonMobile Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp at UWyo

Lundquist was selected to conduct research aboard NASA's powerful SOFIA

Wenyong Wang receives multi-million dollar grant to study solar energy

UWyo and Wyo Dept of Ed initiate educational program on Wind Energy

Rocket science class launches experiments to space

UW Physics develops glowing tadpoles for detecting pollution

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