Tulane University's Physics and Engineering Physics (PEP) Department is undergoing a major expansion in the area of materials science and engineering, a field that is both as old as human civilization and a critical focus area for 21st century technological advancement. The department has a recent history of strength in this area, and the focused growth in faculty, research, educational programs, and infrastructure is designed to make Tulane's program an internationally recognized center of excellence. Read More »
Skylar Deckoff-Jones, a Tulane University sophomore majoring in physics, has won the prestigious Goldwater Scholarship...Read More »
Tulane Physics Department establishes new Physics Dual Degree Engineering program with partner institutions Vanderbilt and Johns Hopkins...Read More »
Tulane Physics Department establishes new Engineering Physics program.
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The American leadership in science and technology in the 21st Century is being challenged. Excellent research universities have been growing...Read More »
The Physics Dept. welcomes Dr. Lawrence Pratt, Professor of Chemical Engineering, as an adjunct faculty member.
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In December, the Advancing Science, Serving Society (AAAS) council elected 503 members to Fellows of AAAS.
Wayne Reed and his macromolecular research group have founded the "Tulane Center for Polymer Reaction Monitoring and Characterization" research facility...Read More »
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