- Visit the world of quarks and gluons
at the heat of the atom.
See how quarks and gluons interact in
CSSM visualizations featured in the 2004
Nobel Prize Lecture. Read the story published by the
University of Adelaide's
Aelaidean on the 17th of December 2004.
- Examine today's supercomputers including
Hydra, a 1.2 TFLOP supercomputer
cluster managed by eResearch SA. That's 1.2 trillion
calculations per second!
Strangeness in the
- Strange quarks play an important role in the
structure of the proton. This artist's rendition
provides a modern interpretation of the composition of a proton
and how expermentalists probe its structure.
- Get a Physics Degree and see the
world! All you need is your passport: a degree in physics!
- Check out this archive of articles published
in the Advertiser's science column Can You Believe It?
including cricket ball swing and Soccer's Teamgeist ball.
- Our local state branch hosts a variety of activities including a very popular
Public Lecture series. Find out what's happening.