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in the Eberly College of Science

AMO

Quantum degenerate gases, laser-cooled atomic clocks, optical lattices, etc.

Biological Physics

Interactions across scales from intracellular signalling to ecosystems.

Condensed Matter

Quantum coherent ground states, spintronics, magnetism, materials physics, and nanoscience.

Gravitational Physics

Quantum gravity and general relativity.

Particle Astrophysics

Ultrahigh energy cosmic-rays, cosmological neutrinos, cosmic antimatter, etc.

Safety is our priority! We are jointly responsible for maintaining a work environment that is safe to us all. Do your share - when working in the lab, always follow the safety procedures, be aware of potential hazards and be respectful to your own and others' safety. Remember - your decisions regarding work safety are a matter of your own well-being.

Safety-related links

Below are several links to safety information.

Penn State Laboratory Environmental Health and Safety Handbook

Safety Dance Video - A fun video about basics of lab safety Produced by the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MatSE)

Gas cylinders - take them seriously - contents under high pressure!

More lab safety documents and media can be found at PSU MATSE safety website.

Have a safety question or concern? Please send an email to safetycommittee@phys.psu.edu

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