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UL Lafayette Physics Department Moving to Online Classes

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Recent Physics Seminar with Rob Perillo

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UL Lafayette Physics Department ranked among top 35% in the nation in R&D expenditures

The Department of Physics is ranked 146th among 429 surveyed physics departments in the country in research and deve

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Incoming graduate student in the new Earth and Energy Sciences program, Ishita Pal, has been selected to attend a training workshop (October 23-25) in Handling and Manipulation of Small Extraterrestrial Samples organized by Johnson Space Center and the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston. This workshop will allow Ishita to gain invaluable, hands-on experience in handling precious micron-sized extraterrestrial samples and learn techniques from the experts at the Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science (ARES) Division at Johnson Space Center. This training will help her get a jump-start on her graduate studies in cosmochemistry with Dr. Manavi Jadhav.

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