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Learn about black holes, atmospheric phenomena, new materials, quarks and gluons. Investigate such phenomena as the big bang, quantum mechanical paradoxes and superconductivities. Experiment using telescopes, satellites, radar, tokamaks, synchrotron and particle accelerators. Conduct space weather observations and atmospheric ozone monitoring. These opportunities and more are available to you when you choose to major in Physics at the University of Saskatchewan.

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The StarPhoenix: University of Saskatchewan lab to test materials for fusion reactor
posted July 16, 2014
This article by Janet French appeared in the July 15, 2014 edition of The StarPhoenix. It describes work underway by Department of Physics & Engineering Physics Professor Akira...

High School Physics Competition Winners for 2014 Announced
posted May 30, 2014
High School Physics Competition Winners for 2014 Announced. The Department of Physics and Engineering Physics is pleased to announce the winners of two physics competitions for high school students...

UNIVERSITY OBSERVATORY HOURS FOR PUBLIC VIEWING OF APRIL 14 TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE
posted April 7, 2014
The University of Saskatchewan observatory will open for public viewing of the   TOTAL LUNAR ECLIPSE on the night of Monday, April 14 from 11:45 pm on Mon. April 14 – 1:45 am on...

George Sofko Recalls Eureka Moment in Physics
posted January 29, 2014
George Sofko Recalls Eureka Moment in Physics   by Colleen McPherson In 2010, professor emeritus George Sofko celebrated 50 years in physics at the University of Saskatchewan; he arrived...

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University of Saskatchewan
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