With a long-standing tradition of strength in science and pre-engineering, Denison offers two great plans to prepare for an engineering career.
Using lasers, DU physics students and professors have discovered a possible new path to explore antimatter and the National Science Foundation is supporting further inquiry.
In the lower level of Olin Hall, a physics professor and his students are working on research in the field of quantum information, which could lead to an encryption process that is theoretically unbreakable.
“One day, all children will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education.”
The Denison University Department of Physics & Astronomy offers an exciting outreach program geared toward elementary school children—an opportunity to learn about physical science in a hands-on, exploratory context.