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Syracuse University Helps Make History—Again

The Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) confirms the detection of a second pair of colliding black holes.


Syracuse to Host International 'Active and Smart Matter' Conference June 20-23

Science and art converge at the 2016 "Active and Smart Matter" conference, featuring discussions about the future of colloidal particles and the world premiere of a chamber piece inspired by soft-matter physics.


Sight and Sound in Renaissance and Baroque Europe

Gary Radke, professor emeritus of art history, and Amanda Winkler, associate professor of music history & cultures, lead a week-long seminar on Renaissance and Baroque culture at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta.


Carry That Weight

A cautionary tale about one alumna's battle with depression and poor body image.


Physicist Named Editor of 'High-Impact' Journal

M. Cristina Marchetti, the William R. Kenan Professor of Physics, has been appointed co-Lead Editor of Physical Review X.


Professor Sheds Light on Origins of Jewish Fiction

A new book by Ken Frieden, the B.G. Rudolph Professor of Jewish Studies, examines the link between the Hebrew revival and Jewish travel literature.


Professors Look to Geologic Past to Predict Future Environmental Conditions

Members of the Department of Earth Sciences are using an NSF grant to study environmental conditions in Antarctica, tens of millions of years ago.