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Oct 10 2019 | Apple Podcasts | Posted In: Faculty
SITP Professor Douglas Stanford and Pedro Vieira are two of the most brilliant young theoretical physicists who are seeking to understand nature at its finest level.
Oct 2 2019 | Science News | Posted In: Department News, Faculty
“I like it if I can run uphill and be rewarded with a view of the bay,” says Monika Schleier-Smith. She’s talking about a favorite spot to exercise around Palo Alto, Calif., but the sentiment also applies to her scientific work.
Sep 27 2019 | Stanford News | Posted In: Department News, Faculty
The history of particle accelerators is one of seemingly constant one-upmanship. Ever since the 1920s, the machines – which spur charged particles to near light speeds before crashing them together – have grown ever larger, more complex and more powerful.
Sep 26 2019 | Physics.org | Posted In: Department News, Faculty
A team of Stanford University researchers are on a mission to identify dark matter once and for all. But first, they'll need to build the world's most sensitive radio.
Sep 23 2019 | Apple Podcasts | Posted In: Faculty
Leonard Susskind describes how he made the transition from plumbing to particle physics, and why theoretical physics is now so exciting.

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