Particle physics, the quest to understand the smallest objects in the universe, depends on operating powerful colliders, like those at Fermilab and CERN.
Four Ohio State faculty were chosen to receive one of the most prestigious awards given to U.S. scientists.
Anna Voelker has a dream to make science more accessible, specifically for people living with physical and cognitive disabilities. Now, she is one step closer to making that dream a reality.
Anna Voelker, a science communication and accessibility major, is one of two Ohio State graduating seniors awarded this year’s President’s Prize for her work toward making astronomy more accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Paul Sutter is an astrophysicist who, in addition to studying things like cosmic voids and galaxy clusters, enjoys helping those of us who aren’t astrophysicists understand how the universe works.