Governor Kim Reynolds and Michael Noyce Marino

Iowa Awards Highest Civilian Honor to the Late Robert N. Noyce ’49

Dec 05, 2018
Michael Noyce Merino accepted the Iowa Award from Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds on behalf of his grandfather.

Science Students Present Research at Regional Conference

Nov 15, 2017
Science students from thirteen institutions gather annually to present research.

Physics Majors Demonstrate Ambient Energy Harvesting

Aug 08, 2017
Students and professor work together in an elegant tabletop experiment to use harvested wind energy to enhance signal detection.

From Mumbai to Grinnell to NASA HQ - Adventures in Time and Space

Apr 27, 2017
Astrophysicist Kartik Sheth ’93 on his path to NASA, scientific highlights in his field, and incredible discoveries and opportunities that await.

Eliza Kempton Receives Prestigious Grant for Research and Teaching

Jan 24, 2017
Eliza Kempton, physics, recently received a Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Two One-Year Physics Positions (Start Fall 2016)

Feb 15, 2016
The Department of Physics invites applications for two one-year appointments beginning fall 2016.

Observatory Open House

Feb 01, 2016
Free, public event will feature the moon and Jupiter on Friday, April 15 at Grant O. Gale Observatory.

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