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    • Feature Story: Public discussion on the benefits of nuclear science 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2015-10-19)
      The public is invited to celebrate Canadian Nuclear Science Week with a special presentation on the vital role nuclear science plays in our lives. Experts in the University of Regina’s Department of Physics will discuss ...
    • Feature Story: Recalling the bold campus experiment to prove Einstein’s gravitational waves theory 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-02-12)
      A University of Regina connection has emerged with the news that has the scientific community in a tizzy. Pioneering experiments relating to Einstein’s theory of General Relativity, took place on the U of R campus more ...
    • Feature Story: University of Regina researchers receive federal funding 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2016-04-15)
      Two University of Regina researchers are receiving federal funding for their projects. Dr. Carrie Bourassa is receiving $205,178 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation, which will cover 40% of the cost of developing a ...
    • Release: U of R Physicists Helping Lay the Groundwork for Understanding the Nature of Nuclear Matter 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2006-12-06)
      Everyone knows how to take a traditional photograph – load the film into a camera, snap the shot, and then develop the film. But how do you take a picture of a subatomic particle whose lifespan is only 26 billionths of a ...
    • Release: University of Regina First in Canada to Join Elite U.S. Research Group 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2010-01-06)
      The University of Regina has become the first university outside the United States to become part of an elite group of universities that conducts research into nuclear physics and technology commercialization.
    • Release: University of Regina Part of International Research Team 

      External Relations, University of Regina (External Relations, University of Regina, 2009-07-29)
      Three physics professors from Saskatchewan are joining together to form an international research team studying nuclear physics. They recently received $420,000 for a three-year period from the Natural Sciences and Engineering ...