Mark Raizen is part of a new effort focused on translating discoveries from the physics lab to the clinic.
Allan MacDonald of The University of Texas at Austin received the award for research with high-impact potential.
The caverns in Lead, South Dakota, will house the gigantic particle detectors of the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment.
New ultrafast method for controlling magnetic materials might enable next-generation information processing technologies.
Edoardo Baldini leads a team developing a new approach to stabilize useful quantum properties of atomically thin materials for far longer and at higher temperatures.
The Particle Physics Project Prioritization Panel (P5) whose participants include a UT physicist delivered recommendations to decision makers.
Bjorn “Manuel” Hegelich led the development of a compact laser accelerator that produces an electron beam with an energy of 10 billion electron volts.
A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Austin and other institutions have unlocked a clue about how bacteria form biofilms.
Physicist Matteo Ippoliti helped explore how measurements can alter information states in an innovation created by Google.
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Ruth Buskirk and Michael Marder are among the 2023 inductees to The University of Texas at Austin’s prestigious Academy of Distinguished Teachers.