Sep. 23, 2022
Dr. Matthews highlighted on BaylorPround!
Meet Baylor’s expert on dusty plasma — also known as ‘cosmic dust bunnies’. Picture the dust bunnies that are probably hiding somewhere around your home. (It’s okay to admit it; we all have them.) Now imagine those dust bunnies, but on a cosmic level.
Sep. 23, 2022
How is physics research driven? A view of Dr. Zhang.
See this post about a short interview of Dr. Zhanng. "We teach students, and we need compassion to be able to educate them. You need to give them challenges so they can grow." At Baylor, research is driven by compassion, curiosity & courage.
Aug. 30, 2022
'Mars generation' watches from Baylor as moonshot era returns with Artemis mission
At sunrise Monday, a group of Baylor University astronomy students and professors gathered to watch the test flight of NASA’s first Moon rocket in 50 years: Artemis 1. Even after the uncrewed launch was scrubbed at the last minute, enthusiasm remained high for a new chapter in crewed spaceflight that will see the first woman and first person of color walk on the Moon.
Apr. 8, 2022
Dr. Zhang is highlighted on BaylorProud!
Meet the Baylor professor whose invention makes tiny reactions visible! How big is a nanometer? To envision something so small, envision the width of a human hair. Now divide the tip of that hair by 100,000. Now, you’re in the ballpark.
2022 Fall Physics Colloquium Series: Alan Wang, Ph.D.
2022 Fall Physics Colloquium Series: Joshua Zide, Ph.D.
2022 Fall Physics Colloquium Series: P. Singh, Ph.D.
2022 Fall Physics Colloquium Series: Anzhong Wang, Ph.D.