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We bridge biology and physics and work at the interface with chemistry, engineering, computational sciences and nanotechnology. You will be part of one of the largest biophysics groups within a single department in the U.S., which provides a critical mass for vibrant intellectual exchanges, seminars and multiple opportunities for diverse research projects. Multiple nationally recognized centers and many faculty from other schools are affiliated with us and contribute to our broad range of expertise, encompassing both experimental, theoretical and computational groups.
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Research in Cosmology at ASU covers the entire history of the universe, all the way from the quantum gravity epoch at the big bang, through the particle physics phase, to atomic nuclei, then to atoms, stars, galaxies and ultimately the large-scale structure. A major focus of the group is to connect the particle physics universe to present day observables and to understand the transition from linear physics to the non-linear regime during the formation of structures through observational techniques.