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Searching for Ghostly Neutrinos to Understand Why Matter Dominates the Universe
Nuclear Physicist Chien-Shiung Wu was Honored on a U.S. Postal Service Commemorative Forever Stamp
Scientists Detect Crab Nebula Using Innovative Gamma-Ray Telescope
Could a New Ultraviolet Technology Fight the Spread of Coronavirus?
The NSF has awarded Columbia University/Nevis Labs a $75 million dollar grant

A brief history What we do Particle physics
Nevis Mansion House 1861
Nevis Mansion House 2014
ATLAS event display

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Diversity Statement: The Department of Physics, including Nevis Labs, reaffirms the University’s Diversity Mission statement and the statements of undergraduate Deans in support of an academic environment free from discrimination of any kind. As scientists, our shared interest in probing our universe from the smallest to the largest scales is accompanied by a commitment to create an inclusive community of scholars, regardless of faith, race, gender, sexual orientation, background or identity.