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X-ray fluorescence painlessly measures Gd in bone
Posted Wed, Oct 4th

Dr. James Grafe and Zaid Keldani have been working to measure gadolinium, used as an MRI contrast agent, in bone using non-invasive X-ray fluorescense.

X-ray fluorescence system used to measure Gd in bone. [Credit: Paulina Rzeczkowska]
Catherine Beauchemin Named to College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists
Posted Wed, Sep 13th

Congratulations to Dr. Catherine Beauchemin who has been named to the Royal Society of Canada's prestigious College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists!

Catherine Beauchemin, with fellows Bin Wu and Anatoliy Gruzd named to Royal Society.
Caribbean Teachers Visit for Experiential Physics!
Posted Mon, Aug 21st

On August 9 the Department of Physics welcomed a delegation of guidance teachers from several Caribbean islands.

Physics experiential learning activity with Caribbean delegation (photo: Kimone Thompson)
Alumna Christiane Burton Wins Sylvia Fedoruk Prize!
Posted Fri, Aug 18th

The Department of Physics wishes to congratulate alumna Christiane Burton who on July 13th was awarded the Sylvia Fedoruk prize!