Syracuse Physicists Usher in a New Golden Age of Astronomy

Syracuse University physicists are among a global team of scientists to make a revolutionary discovery confirming the origins of gold and other heavy metals whose presence in the universe has been a long-standing mystery. Read more.

Peter Saulson: "Astronomy Will Never Be the Same"

The Martin A. Pomerantz '37 Professor of Physics, Peter Saulson has devoted much of his career to searching for gravitational waves. Here, he reflects on the importance of the latest discovery of these so-called "ripples in spacetime," and what it means for the future of gravitational-wave astronomy. Read more.

Duncan Brown Explains Latest Breakthrough Discovery

Syracuse University physicists are among a team of collaborators who have made another scientific breakthrough discovery, looking deep into the heavens to find the origins of precious metals. Watch Duncan Brown, the Charles Brightman Endowed Professor of Physics, discuss their latest findings. Watch the video.

Q&A With Stefan Ballmer On Discovery of Collision of Neutron Stars

Stefan Ballmer, associate professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, talks about his work and what this latest discovery means for the future study of the universe. Read the Q&A.