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Physics Skills Keep Preemies Breathing

Photo: Flickr/bradleyolin (cc).

Breathe! The quantitative research skills you pick up as a physical sciences student qualify you for even more than you think. Like improving medical procedures to make sure premature babies keep breathing.

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Direct from the Director: Biomedical Physics at Ryerson University

A happy bunch: Ryerson's Biomedical Physics grad students

Ryerson University in Toronto is a destination for students wanting to study medical and biomedical physics.

What makes Ryerson’s graduate programs in biomedical physics so desirable? It’s a combination of factors

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UIC Physics Prof Honored by White House

Night vision. Photo: Flickr/U.S. Army (cc).

Sivalingam Sivananthan’s innovation helped take down Osama Bin Laden.

A distinguished professor of physics at University of Illinois at Chicago and an immigrant to the United States, Dr. Sivalingam Sivananthan was recently named a White House Champion of Change.

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DØ Wraps at Northern Illinois University

The Tevatron accelerator, home of DØ. Photo: Flickr/Mista Sparkle (cc).

After 30 years of intensive involvement in Fermilab’s world-famous DØ (aka DZero) experiment, the Department of Physics at Northern Illinois State University is now playing host to the experiment’s final workshop.

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…and What Do You Want? (AKA Survey Says, Part 2)

What kind of GradSchoolShopper content do you want to see?

Last week we took a look at some of the results of the GradSchoolShopper survey you (or anyway, 100 people like you) took time to fill out at the 2013 APS March Meeting in Baltimore.  In case you missed the first installment, you might want to click over and take a look at Part 1 (Who Are You?).

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