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Tulane physicist awarded $8.2 million to precisely measure lifetime of the free neutron
Tulane University physics professor Fred Wietfeldt has been awarded an $8.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to build a new apparatus aimed at solving “one of the most important problems in physics today” — precisely measuring the lifetime of a free neutron. “Precision...
Nov 10, 2010 - New Wave Staff

Engaging in interactive demonstrations varying from regenerative medicine to assistive technology that helps disabled persons, 86 students from 16 New Orleans-area middle schools discovered the world of biomedical engineering with a visit to Tulane University. Donald Gaver, right, professor and...

Oct 24, 2008 - Fran Simon

Just as Tulane students have done since 2004, four Tulane students are helping elementary-age school children prepare for a FIRST LEGO League competition. But this year the intense coaching has a twist: They are coaching in French as well as English.   Tulane students Laura Matthews and Joseph...

Apr 12, 2007 -

Text for the Louisiana EPSCoR newsletter 1201 North Third Street, Suite 6-200, Baton Rouge, LA 70802 Tel. (225) 342 4253 Fax (225) 342 3371 NEWS: Tulane University 2007 School of Science and Engineering Research Day and presentation of the Outstanding Researcher Award. Tulane University’s new...

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