April 29, 2013

Senior Project Symposium Schedule

See what's new in the Case Physics Department.

Click the link to see the Senior Project Symposium Schedule

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April 25, 2013

Senior Project Symposium

April 30 - May 1, 2013

October 03, 2012

Students Invent a Better Pothole Patch

A group of Case Western Reserve University students (including Physics' students Noah Gostout and Nick Barron) have created an innovative solution for filling potholes. Their clever invention is attracting attention from around the world.

Please see the video at http://www.case.edu/

August 02, 2012

Future Scientist Scholarship

CONGRATULATIONS ANDREW RICHENDERFER!!!!

Andrew won 2nd prize in the Kelly Scientific sponsored
Future Scientist Scholarship contest

Andrew is a Case Western Reserve alumni and is working with the Physics department this summer.

We will have copies of Andrew’s essay; Bioplastics: Implants Leading to Faster Recovery, available in the office.

All Kelly Scientific employees are invited, along with your manager, to stop by Monday, August 6th between 8am and 10am (Crawford Hall, Suite 318) for our Open House, donuts will be provided.
BYOC (bring your own coffee)

July 31, 2012

Physicists Mine Cosmic Answers Deep Underground (and we helped!)

Wall Street Journal Article and Video

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10000872396390444097904577539080596890896.html

July 20, 2012

Physics Annual Picnic

Faculty, Staff, Students, Friends & Family

You are invited to our annual picnic. We will have plenty of good food and play lots of games including volleyball, softball, frisbee, corn-hole, etc., etc.

Let's make this the largest turn-out in the past 13 years!

Clarke Tower Pavilion (alternate site Leutner Pavilion). Clarke Tower is off of Mistletoe Drive by the Mather Park Softball Field.

https://docs.google.com/a/case.edu/file/d/0BwAfTjUpusCsLWxUX3hsU2dRSWc/edit>

July 19, 2012

Physics' faculty, students play key roles

Faculty, students play key roles in potentially groundbreaking dark matter project
Case Western Reserve physicists are involved in a project with the potential to be at least as huge as this month’s Higgs boson discovery—if not even greater. They are part of a 13-institution team starting the search for “dark matter” nearly a mile below the surface in South Dakota.

Read more: http://thedaily.case.edu/news/?p=8879/a>