Physics did very well in the latest round of announcements of funding from the Research and Development Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador. Kris Poduska received $110,000 to support a new far-infrared sprectromiscorscope that will be used to assess disorder in solids. Lev Tarasov received $141,476 for high-performance scientific computing infrastructure and a further $100,000 to support the renewal of his Canada Research Chair in Glacial Dynamics Modelling. Mike Morrow, together with Valerie Booth of Biochemistry, received $173,090 for NMR structural studies of surfactant protein. Congratulations to all. We look forward to seeing the results of the research that will be supported by this funding.