Neutrino Mural at the Soudan Underground State Park

Accelerator Neutrinos

Studying neutrinos with the help of accelerators
Group Picture in the Museum next Door

Advanced Functional Materials and Devices (AFMD) Group

We are working on advanced functional materials and devices, in particular those based on organic semiconductors and for photovoltaic applications.
The MAGIS-100 prototype


Atom interferometry to search for ultra light dark matter and gravitational waves.

Applied Superconductivity

Our research is to understand and promote new superconductors for practical applications as part of the Oxford Centre for Applied Superconductivity.
The Higgs boson decaying into a pair of b-quarks


ATLAS, the largest collider detector ever build, fully exploiting the discovery potential of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN.
The Earth's atmosphere from space

Atmospheric processes

Understanding atmospheric processes and their role in the climate system
Trapped atoms in a magneto-optical trap

Atom-photon connection

Quantum interfacing matter and light at the single-particle level
A map of the CMB sky from the Planck Satellite

Beecroft Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology

The BIPAC is a hub of research in theoretical astrophysics and physics, focusing on the origin and evolution of the universe, the formation of large scale structure, dark energy, dark matter and the theory of gravitation.

Bottom-up systems biology using multidimensional optical proteomics

Image of planets

Breakthrough Listen

Breakthrough Listen represents humanity's most significant effort to date to quantify the distribution of advanced life in the Universe, using the world's largest and most advanced radio telescopes to search for signatures of technology.