UC Davis Today: Universal discoveries

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Universal discoveries: Graduate studies in physics

The UC Davis physics program is a recognized world leader in many areas of theoretical and experimental research. Our graduate students are highly motivated, working with dedicated faculty in ultra-contemporary facilities on some of the most fundamental questions of the universe. The program offers three core areas of study — condensed matter, high-energy physics and cosmology — with additional offerings in nuclear physics, high-energy astrophysics, computational science and physics education.

With a focus on discovery, UC Davis is educating future physicists and generating scientific knowledge for the advancement of the state, nation and world.

Students interested in graduate studies in physics should apply now. The deadline is Jan. 15 for priority consideration; the final deadline is May 31, 2012.

(Photo of doctoral student Michael Woods in the Large Underground Xenon experiment cleanroom in Lead, South Dakota, as he works on assembling internal components for a dark matter detector. Courtesy.)

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