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A new home for an old experiment: CosRay moving to South Korea

The longest running experiment at McMurdo is leaving the station, but it’s not moving too far away, Antarctically speaking. The CosRay experiment, which has been recording changes in the stream of cosmic rays striking Earth since 1960, is relocating to the new South Korean station, Jang Bogo, about 230 miles away. It’s one of the closest stations to McMurdo, but because of Antarctica’s untamed nature, it’s a four-year project to move everything.

Grand opening for Nanofabrication Facility on Tuesday, March 8

Jan. 20, 2016 - Unless you are already schooled in this field of science and technology, you may need an analogy to put the University of Delaware's new Nanofabrication Facility into perspective. The "Machine Shop of the 21st Century," as co-directors Matthew Doty and John Xiao call it, will enable work at the nanoscale, a scale so small you can't see it with your eyes or even a conventional microscope.

Workshop on Topological Spintronics and Skyrmionics organized by Prof. Nikolic in France

 June 10, 2015 -  Prof. Nikolic, who will be working in the Fall as a Visiting Scientist at the Centre de Physique Théorique de Grenoble-Alpes, and colleageus from Spintec and CEA in Grenoble are organizing a Workshop on the emerging research area of Topological Spintronics and Skyrmionics

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