Introduction of Physics and Astronomy:
Physics and Astronomy research are at the forefront of our exploration of the universe, from the fundamental laws that govern the behavior of matter and energy to the mysteries of celestial objects and the cosmos.
Investigating the smallest constituents of matter and their interactions, often conducted at high-energy particle accelerators like the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
Studying the properties, behavior, and evolution of celestial objects from stars and planets to galaxies and black holes.
Exploring the origins, structure, and fate of the universe including the Big Bang theory and the search for dark matter and dark energy.
Investigating the behavior of matter and energy at the quantum level where classical physics breaks down, with applications in quantum computing and cryptography.
Condensed Matter Physics:
Examining the properties of solid and liquid matter including the development of new materials with novel electronic and magnetic properties.