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Tyson observatory is WashU’s dark sky site
Artificial light at night is making it more difficult to see the stars, especially in urban areas. The observatory at Tyson Research Center makes the most of its secluded location, offering a unique viewing experience.Read More
‘She Leads’ to empower women through panels, presentations
The Ann W. and Spencer T. Olin-Chancellor's Fellowship will host the 2023 “She Leads Symposium @ WashU" from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Oct. 20 in Knight Hall’s Emerson Auditorium.
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Curving light in a record-setting way
A team led by scientists and engineers, including researchers from the McKelvey School of Engineering, has created a unique, record-setting material that can bend one infrared ray of light in two directions.Read More
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