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News 12 interviews physics faculty regarding recent LIGO discovery

Marc Favata speaks with News 12 to provide insight into the neutron star collision that was reported on October 16.

Dr. Leberknight and Dr. Feldman receive NSF grant

The NSF awarded the faculty for their project titled: A Linguistically-Informed Approach for Measuring and Circumventing Internet Censorship


Rendering of neutron stars orbiting and colliding

Groundbreaking Discovery by LIGO/Virgo Solves Cosmic Mystery

Faculty contribute to detection of neutron stars’ collision

Chemistry faculty and students publish in Tetrahedron Letters

Tetrahedron Letters is a weekly international journal for rapid publication of full original research papers in the field of organic chemistry.

Associate Professor Marc Favata and Assistant Professor Rodica Martin

Physics Faculty, Members of LIGO Team, Comment on 2017 Nobel Prize in Physics

Professors Rodica Martin and Marc Favata describe impact of ground-breaking work

Artist’s depiction of the merger of two black holes and the gravitational waves that ripple outward as the black holes spiral toward each other.

Listening to the Universe

Scientists proving Einstein’s theories usher in new field of gravitational-wave astronomy

Dr. John Smallwood with an American Kestrel

John Smallwood, Biology, Elected American Ornithological Society Fellow

The American Ornithological Society (AOS), the most prestigious professional society in the discipline, chooses Fellows based on their exceptional and sustained contributions to ornithology.

Chemistry Professor receives NIH R15 Grant

Dr. Jinshan Gao received a 3 year, $356,609 grant for the project, "Characterization and enrichment of glycoprotein/glycan via multi-functional free radical reagents"

PSEG ISS Program Receives NSF-INCLUDES Award

Sustainability Teams Empower and Amplify Membership in STEM (S-TEAMS) named 1 of 27 new NSF INCLUDES awards which aim to enhance U.S. science and engineering enterprise.

MSU and Princeton researchers receive 1 million NSF grant to investigate methods to detect and circumvent Internet censorship systems.

The collaborative NSF award is for 3 years totaling $1,040,850 titled, "A Linguistically‐Informed Approach for Measuring and Circumventing Internet Censorship."