The Murdoch University Physics Club has just created a web address with a webpage soon to follow. It can be found here . http://www.physicsclubm.wordpress.com The club is looking for more members and volunteers. Spread the word.
The Ministry of Science and Education of the Lithuanian Republic has announced a scientific award for Murdoch’s Dr Almantas Pivrikas for scientific achievements and accomplishments in research in the field of physical and technological disciplines. This award is dedicated to Lithuanian scientists who are living and working abroad. All recipients were invited to receive the … More Murdoch physicist receives prestigious award
Bioinspired Functional Materials: From Nature’s Nanoarchitectures to Nanofabricated Designs To be held at the Spring Meeting of the German Physical Society (DPG), in Dresden from 19-24 March 2017. Biological materials often achieve functionality through complex spatial structures on the scale of nanometers and micrometers. Examples range from the brilliant optical reflections of butterfly wings and … More Murdoch’s physics group co-organises international symposium
Justin Freeman, our 2016 NCP Scholar, had been invited by the Australian Embassy in Korea to record for their podcast. What an amazing thing to do! The podcast is 20 minutes long and he talks about Murdoch from Minute 3.35 and why he chose Murdoch University. He then talks about Physics and Nanotechnology in length. … More Interview with Murdoch physics student – Justin Freeman
In 2016 Murdoch University hosted the international Women in Physics lecturer, Dr Catalina Curceanu. The lecture was attended by ~550 high school physics students from around WA. In addition to the lecture, students were able to interact with a wide range of science activities on Bush Court. The afternoon included a panel session in which … More 2016 Women in Physics lecture
Scholarships are now available to incoming students. In addition to the scholarship there are funds to facilitate staff-student interactions, to attend conferences or visit another university. For more information, follow this Link
Frequency-based electronic bio-detection at the nano-scale Peter Metaxas – Thu 24 Nov 2016, 3:30pm (Murdoch Univ., Postgrad Suite ECL2.031) http://www.from-snot-to-tissue.org/
The Western Australian branch of the Australian Institute of Physics held their Annual General Meeting and dinner on the evening of 16th of November 2016. The guest speaker was Murdoch’s Dr Gerd Schroeder-Turk. Gerd’s talk was “Only entropy is free” reminding us that entropy isn’t the same as disorder, and giving examples of ordered structures … More WA AIP success!