Physics

US energy secretary challenges China to be leader on climate

Jun 5, 2017

U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry says he hopes China will step forward to be a "real leader" on climate issues, while refuting criticism that the United States is backing down

Small university outranks many others in black physics grads

May 26, 2017

Small Dillard University graduating more black women in physics than many of its larger counterparts

Physics professor sues FBI agent over espionage arrest

May 10, 2017

A physics professor charged for a time with plotting to provide secret U.S. technology to China has sued the FBI over his arrest and questioned why he was targeted

AP FACT CHECK: Fukushima radiation not cause for alarm in US

Mar 17, 2017

Radiation from the Fukushima nuclear reactor disaster in Japan has reached North American shores, but _ despite a number of reports shared on social media _ scientists say the levels of radiation are so low that it poses no risk to public health

Correction: Great Lakes-Nuclear Waste story

Jan 4, 2017

Correction: Great Lakes-Nuclear Waste story

Pioneering California physicist dies; built important tool

Sep 22, 2016

A pioneering physicist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who helped build a key tool for studying the universe and played a role in the project that created the first atomic bomb has died

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