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Kenneth Hipp, graduate student in chemistry, speaks to the crowd at Nebraska's third annual Science Slam.

We be slammin': Young researchers share personal science stories


Apr 5, 2018 – Five participants addressed a simple prompt: When did you first begin to feel like a real scientist? Their answers came in the form of short presentations designed to entertain, inform and help the participants—five grad students and a postdoctoral researcher—sharpen their science communication skills before an audience of nearly 100.



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Nebraska MBA program surges to top-20 ranking


Mar 20, 2018 – Nebraska Physics is one of nine university programs ranked in the latest U.S. News & World Report polls.



A rendering that illustrates the parallel emergence of an electron gas and a gas of positively charged "holes" that electrons leave behind when departing atoms.

Physicists observe long-sought nanoscale phenomenon


Mar 7, 2018 – Preparing the perfect nanoscale sandwich from oxygen-based ingredients was no picnic. But with the assistance of two Nebraska physicists, an international team of researchers has finally managed it — ending a nearly 15-year quest to observe a phenomenon that could help power and miniaturize a future generation of electronics.

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