We offer undergraduate programs in Physics and Environmental Physics, as well as several joint degree programs with other disciplines. Graduate programs are offered at the M.Sc. level in Physics and Physical Oceanography and at the Ph.D. level in Atomic and Molecular Physics, in Physical Oceanography, in Condensed Matter Physics and in Theoretical Physics.
Three images connected to Memorial are shortlisted for a national contest.
Science Exposed, organized by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, highlights top images featuring scientific research in all fields of study.
A total of 20 images have made the final cut.
Brad deYoung and Entcho Demirov at Memorial University are researchers in the VITALS research network, a pan-Canadian, multimillion initiative working to develop a better understanding of the role of the Labrador Sea in the Earth’s climate system. VITALS is linked to the Ocean Frontier Institute’s Northwest Atlantic Program. The team has put together a video to explain what is happening in the Labrador Sea and the implications of the changes that we are seeing for the global climate system.