Tipping Point: After 20 years, Gay solves conundrum of football physics
After two decades, Dr. Tim Gay was able to answer the question, "When a quarterback launches a 50-yard bomb downfield, why does the front nose of the football - which points upward when it leaves the quarterback's hand - tilt downward by the time it lands in the hands of a receiver?"
Fusing Art and Physics
Associate Professor Kees Uiterwaal will collaborate with Jesse Fleming to develop an augmented reality experience that allows people to "see" the submicroscopic world of quantum physics.
Husker Scientists fine-tuning skyrmions in bid to improve data storage, processing
Nebraska Physicists, Dave Sellmyer, Balamurugan Balasubramanian and Ralph Skomski are working on determining ways to make skyrmions smaller and more stable so that they're useful in practical applications, such as electronics.