Luther Physics students get hands-on experience with a variety of experimental equipment.
Valders Hall of Science houses the Physics Department and was renovated in 2009.
Students in the Physics 238: Statics course learned engineering principles during J-term 2014.
Students interested in astrophysics study the stars like those in Open Star Cluster M37.
Investigate the origins of friction between surfaces at atomic length scales with Dr. Flater
Do elementary particle physics research with Dr. Pedlar and the Belle II Experiment at KEK in Japan
This light curve indicates that Star 1267 is actually a pair of stars that orbit each other.
This standing waves demo is one of many in the Rossing Physics Library and Exploration Center.
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