Murnane, a Member of the National Academies of Science, Speaks at Bertman Lecture

Margaret Murnane delivered the 39th Annual Bertman Lecture for the Department of Physics on May 2. Murnane is a distinguished professor of physics at the University of Colorado Boulder, a member of the National Academies of Science and a fellow of the American Physical Society. She has been awarded numerous prizes for her work in ultrafast science.

Margaret Murnane delivered the 39th Annual Bertman Lecture for the Department of Physics on May 2. Murnane is a distinguished professor of physics at the University of Colorado Boulder, a member of the National Academies of Science and a fellow of the American Physical Society. She has been awarded numerous prizes for her work in ultrafast science.

Murnane spoke on "Ultrafast Coherent X-Ray Beams on a Tabletop and Applications in Nano and Materials Science."

Murnane spoke on “Ultrafast Coherent X-Ray Beams on a Tabletop and Applications in Nano and Materials Science.”

Brian Stewart, associate professor of physics, spoke about the annual lecture.

Brian Stewart, associate professor of physics, spoke about the annual lecture.

Olivia Drake

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