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Research Experiences for Undergraduates
Berkeley Physics conducts cutting-edge research in sub-fields such as particle physics and biophysics at a world-class institution.
The campus is located near the Marin Headlands, Big Sur, Point Reyes, and more.
Berkeley astrophysics interests include the origin and evolution of the Universe and its constituent galaxies, stars, and planets.
Our program is based on instrumental advances allowing light to be used to manipulate, control, and measure the properties of atoms and molecules.
Biophysics uses physical methods to study biological systems. The field broadly includes molecular, cellular, and systems biophysics.
Berkeley condensed matter physics is focused on understanding the properties and new physical phenomena that emerge from the aggregation of strongly interacting constituents.
Berkeley nuclear physics faculty work on low-energy neutrino physics, including solar and supernova neutrinos, nuclear astrophysics, and more.
The Berkeley particle physics (experiment and theory) program includes the ATLAS experiment at the LHC, the direct detection of dark matter, neutrino physics and astrophysics, and many aspects of particle astrophysics.
The study of plasma physics and nonlinear dynamics focuses on the properties of classical, collective, many-body systems.
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