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Ronen Plesser

Duke Physics Colloquium: String Theory: what it is and why we care

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Neutrino Astronomy at the South Pole with IceCube

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Duke Physics Colloquium: The Dynamics of Granular Clogging

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Learning from the Hard Cases: Iran, North Korea, Japan, and the Future of Nuclear Nonproliferation

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Duke Physics Colloquium: States of Space - Searching for a Quantum Spin Liquid

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Norbert Scherer (University of Chicago)

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Storing and retrieving memories in models of neuronal networks

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Pixel fusion: Analyzing the sky with all available data

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Topological Phases, Qubits, Decoherence and All That

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Duke Physics Colloquium: The connected universe: Relating Early, Intermediate and Late Universe with cosmological data

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Linking galaxies with dark matter structures

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Duke Physics Colloquium: The Road to Nuclear Physics from Standard Model

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Exploring the Universe with gravitational waves

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Some tricks from theoretical physics to solve some computer problems

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Duke Physics Colloquium: The pressure distribution inside the proton

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Deep Quantum Learning

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Kirigami-Inspired Metamaterials - from Morphable Structures to Soft Robots

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Gergen Mathematics lecture Christopher Hacon

On the geometry of algebraic varieties

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Nigel Goldenfeld

Canceled: Duke Physics Colloquium: The Life and Death of Turbulence

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Hubert Bray

Duke Physics Colloquium: The Curvature of the Universe

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Jungsang Kim

Duke Physics Colloquium: Quantum Computing with Trapped Atomic Ions

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Next Generation Batteries ¿ Materials and Applications

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Duke Physics Colloquium: Quantum Error Correction

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A Gentle Introduction to Crystalline Cohomology

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Nigel Goldenfeld

Duke Physics Special Colloquium: The Life and Death of Turbulence

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Duke Physics Colloquium: A Journey from Effective Field Theories to Quantum Algorithms

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Tension in the Tundra: US-Russia-Canada Competition in the Arctic

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Melissa Franklin

Duke Physics Colloquium: Why Accelerators Matter - from Maria-Goeppert-Mayer to Future Colliders

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