Fall/15

Mathematician David Eisenbud answers Inquiry’s questions.

Fall/15

We asked recently appointed computer scientists what fantastical, futuristic technology they’d like to see invented. Turns out some of their foresights aren’t so far off.

Fall/15

Women in computer science, a three-part story: Shan Lu’s research on software bugs, efforts to increase gender diversity in the Department of Computer Science, and Grace Hopper’s “first” computer bug.
Fall/15

PSD facilities keep up with an ever-progressing scientific landscape.

Fall/15

Chuan He breaks new ground in RNA and DNA epigenetics.

Fall/15

Colleagues and friends say goodbye to Yoichiro Nambu.

Spring/2015

Updates from the Division of the Physical Sciences.
Summer/15

Scientist Thomas Stephan catches up with a comet.

Summer/15

Physics professor Henry Frisch shares a piece of atomic history.

Spring/15

Wendy Freedman calculated when the universe began. Now she wants to see it happen.

Spring/15

Professor Matthew Stephens discusses statistical variation and repetition.