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The Universe is united around a set of fundamental laws and basic forces of nature. These laws govern phenomena from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest galaxies, thus the study of physics is the foundation upon which all science and technology is built.

At Clemson, theorists and experimentalists explore, test, and discover phenomena that provide evidence for novel and unified theories based on these physical laws. Clemson’s Department of Physics and Astronomy is internationally recognized for its experimental, computational, and theoretical work in astronomical, atmospheric, biological, condensed matter, and fundamental physics.

Graduate students in the Department of Physics and Astronomy are engaged at the forefront of research, conducted under the mentorship of our

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