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UH Physicists Secure $1.5 Million to Study Particles that Could Solve Mysteries of the Universe
Funding awarded by the Department of Energy Office of Science.

Students Peer into the Future of Technology at the Inaugural UH Quantum Computing Fall Fest
Collaboration with IBM positions UH as a leader in new computing field.

Inaugural Paul C. W. Chu and May P. Chern Endowed Lecture Given by Zhifeng Ren
Zhifeng Ren, professor of physics and director of UH’s Texas Center for Superconductivity, shares research on potentially world-changing materials and technologies.

Repeat! Physicists Ren and Chen on List of Researchers Named Most Cited in the World
Top tier scientists play vital role improving quality of life, boosting economic development.

UH Physicist, Wife, Make $1.4M Gift for Advancement of Scientific Research and Education
Gift establishes the Paul C. W. Chu and May P. Chern Endowed Chair in Condensed Matter Physics.

Physics Graduate Student Uses Fellowship to Explore the Future of Technology Through Magnets
Uchenna Ubeh spends summer collaborating with researchers at Oak Ridge National Lab.

UH Physics Participates in Polar Aeronomy and Radio Science Summer School
Two-Week program to study the ionosphere involves experimental design and execution.

UH Students Examine Climate, Environmental Changes Through Experiments in Alaska
Field experiments put to test during NASA-inspired project.

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