Snow-covered flat iron mountains

Meet some of our Fall 2023 graduates

Dec. 8, 2023

We asked our graduating physics buffs what advice they had for other students, where they are headed after CU, and what they will carry with them into their next chapter.

Portrait of Professor Orit Peleg

CU Connections - Five questions for Orit Peleg

Dec. 7, 2023

Doughnut-shaped beams of light scatter away from two incredibly small structures with different repeating patterns.

Margaret Murnane and Henry Kapteyn's latest advance in ptychography featured in CU Boulder Today

Dec. 6, 2023

A new laser-based technique can create images of structures too tiny to view with traditional microscopes, and without damaging them. The approach could help scientists inspect nanoelectronics, including the semiconductors in computer chips.

Student Hannah Scarbrough takes inventory of mechanical and optical kit components used in for experiments during a Quality Assurance of Precision Optics class

Daily Camera: CU Boulder, FRCC play huge role in advancing quantum industry

Dec. 1, 2023

Anjun Chu

Graduate student Anjun Chu wins prestigious Boeing Quantum Creators Prize

Nov. 17, 2023

Aerial view of CU Boulder campus with flat irons in background

Joe Berry, Michael McGehee, Michael Toney, and Jun Ye named highly cited researchers

Nov. 16, 2023

Professors Joe Berry, Michael McGehee, Michael Toney, and Jun Ye Physics professors Joseph Berry, Michael McGehee, Michael Toney, and Jun Ye have been named by Clarivate as highly cited researchers in 2023. Researchers earning the designation have “demonstrated significant and broad influence in their field(s) of research” according to the...

Jun Ye

Professor Jun Ye Awarded 2023 Highly Cited Researcher Designation

Nov. 15, 2023

Professor Adjoint and JILA/NIST Fellow Jun Ye has been awarded the 2023 "Highly Cited" researcher designation from Clarivate. This notable recognition is bestowed upon researchers whose work ranks in the top 1% of citations for their field, highlighting their significant influence in the scientific community.

Dr. Sethapan (Seth) Krajangwongs presents the Friend of Thai Science Award to Noel Clark

Professor Noel Clark receives award from Royal Thai Embassy

Nov. 15, 2023

The Royal Thai Embassy’s Office of Higher Education, Science, Research, and Innovation has awarded Professor Noel Clark the 2023 Friend of Thai Science Award. The award recognizes outstanding contributions in STEM for the benefit of Thailand and humanity.

NIST researcher Tara Fortier pictured in a lab

Physics and CU PREP alum Dr. Tara Fortier (PhysPhD'03) featured in NIST's Taking Measure blog

Nov. 14, 2023

Physics and CU PREP alum, Dr. Tara Fortier (PhysPhD'03) describes how the definition of a second will soon become more precise in NIST's Taking Measure blog.

Dana Anderson

Professor Dana Anderson's startup featured in the Coloradan Alumni Magazine

Nov. 10, 2023