Wash U Press

2018-04-23
Christine Floss obituary.

2015-03-12
Nanodiamonds and the artistry of the natural world.
Lewis, Floss

2015-03-09
Hunting for meteorites.
Floss

2014-11-06
From frisbees to stardust.
Groopman, Bernatowicz

2014-11-05
Seven internationally famous specks of dust.
Floss

2014-09-25
Japanese film crew talks stardust with physicists.
Amari, Zinner

2014-08-12
Can large introductory science courses teach students to learn effectively?
Bernatowicz

2013-12-04
Studying stardust.
Floss

2013-04-19
Grains of sand from ancient supernova found in meteorites.
Haenecour, Floss, Zinner

2013-04-05
Stardust in the laboratory the topic of 2013 McDonnell Distinguished Lecture.
Bernatowicz

2012-01-26
Hands-on astronomy.
Zinner, Bernatowicz

2011-12-12
$1.38 million to pick ‘large’ pieces of supernova grit out of meteorite.
Lodge, Zinner named fellows of AAAS.
Zinner

2011-03-25
Physics according to Bernatowicz.
Bernatowicz

2009-10-23
Three Arts & Sciences faculty receive inaugural awards.
Bernatowicz

2009-07-16
Apollo 11 moon rocks still crucial 40 years later, say WUSTL researchers.
Zinner, Crozaz, Walker

2007-10-29l
Washington University scientists to analyze solar wind samples from Genesis mission.
Meshik, Hohenberg, Pravdivtseva, Mabry

2007-01-30
Physicist to be recognized for helping ‘revolutionize astronomy’.
Zinner

2007-01-18
‘Real’ stardust from NASA mission lands on campus.
Stadermann, Floss, Zinner, Marhas

2006-12-14
Washington University lab first to find ‘real’ stardust from Stardust mission.
Stadermann, Floss, Zinner, Marhas

2006-03-10
Scientists hope comet dust will give numerous insights.
Stadermann, Zinner, Floss, Marhas, Hohenberg, Meshik, Pravdivtseva

2005-04-07
Washington University physicists begin measurement of Genesis samples. Catching the solar wind.
Hohenberg, Meshik

2005-03-01 / 2005-04-22
Researchers discover carriers of astronomical 2175 Å extinction line in presolar grains. Turn out the light!
Researchers find carriers of astronomical extinction line in presolar grains.
Floss, Stadermann

2005-02-08
Honorary degrees will go to 6 at Commencement.
Walker

2004-11-11
Researchers describe how natural reactor worked. Mother Nature by her lonesome.
Meshik, Pravdivtseva, Hohenberg

2004-04-02 / 2004-04-09
Presolar carbon found in interplanetary dust.
Carbon found to be older than the Solar System. More than 4.5 billion years old.
Floss, Stadermann

2004-03-26 / 2004-04-29
First silicate stardust in a meteorite found.
First silicate stardust found in a meteorite. Grains from a most primitive meteorite.
Nguyen, Zinner

2004-02-13 / 2004-02-20
Robert M. Walker Obituary.
Walker, ‘a dominant force for excellence,’ dies.
Walker

2003-03-14
Stardust examined up close for 1st time. Breakthrough enables new way to study the history of the universe.
Messenger

2003-03-14
Walker honored via symposium.
Walker

2003-02-28
Walker symposium to cover numerous scientific topics.
Walker

2002-04-12
Measuring stardust.
Walker

2002-03-29
NanoSIMS. Ion microprobe opens doors for possibilities.
Stadermann, Zinner, Walker

2002-02-15
Crozaz elected AGU fellow.
Crozaz

1999-09-02
Asteroids as namesakes. Crozaz, Walker receive singular distinction.
Crozaz, Walker

1999-02-11
Ernst K. Zinner, Ph.D., a pioneer in the analysis of stellar dust grains in primitive meteorites.
Zinner

1998-10-01
Microprobe coming to McDonnell Center. One-of-a-kind instrument helps analyze cosmic dust.
Walker, Zinner, Stadermann, Bernatowicz

1997-05-01
Physicist Ernst Zinner receives two prestigious honors.
Zinner

1997-03-27
Paul E. Lacy and Robert M. Walker each receive lifetime service award.
Walker

1996-10-31
Zinner traces the stellar origins of ‘stardust’.
Zinner, Walker, Bernatowicz

1996-10-31
Conference addresses study of presolar grains.
Bernatowicz, Zinner

1996-05-02
Interstellar molecules confirmed by laboratory measurements.
Messenger, Walker

1996-03-28
Aqueous processes on planetary bodies began earlier than reported.
Zinner

1996-02-01
Sources of ‘stardust’ found by researchers.
Zinner