Read about the CoSMS Institute in the UNC Department of Physics and Astronomy Spring 2015 newsletter! Also featured, Nobel Laureate Peter Higgs is presented with an honorary degree by UNC Chancellor Carol Folt.
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The Institute for Cosmology, Subatomic Matter & Symmetries is partnering with the Sanford Underground Research Laboratory and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences Astronomy and Astrophysics Laboratory to bring Neutrino Day–an annual celebration of neutrino science in Lead, South Dakota–to the triangle. Join us at the Daily Planet as we venture nearly a mile underground the Homestake mine.
The Institute for Cosmology, Subatomic Matter & Symmetry is cosponsoring Fifty-one Erg 2015, an international workshop on the physics and observations of supernovae and supernova remnants. The conference will take place at NC State University June 1-5, 2015. To find out more and register to attend, visit: F.O.E. 2015
On May 7, 2015, more than 40 members of the UNC, NC State, and Duke faculties gathered with colleagues from Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the NC Museum of Natural Sciences Astronomy and Astrophysics Laboratory to kick-off the CoSMS Institute’s inaugural year.
The retreat focused on the big questions in physics and astronomy, connections between subfields, and plans for the upcoming academic year.