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The Advanced Projects Lab (APL) is located in Willamette Hall on the University of Oregon's campus in the Physics Department. The APL is where undergraduates use research-grade equipment as they explore the frontiers of modern physics. It’s a proving ground for students wondering if they’ve got the right stuff to do research.
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The [http://hank.uoregon.edu/ Advanced Projects Lab (APL)] is located in Willamette Hall on the [http://uoregon.edu/ University of Oregon's] campus in the [http://physics.uoregon.edu/ Physics Department]. The APL is where undergraduates use research-grade equipment as they explore the frontiers of modern physics. It’s a proving ground for students wondering if they’ve got the right stuff to do research. The APL is also part of the [http://internship.uoregon.edu/index.html Graduate Internship Program's] [http://internship.uoregon.edu/optics.html Optics Internship] and used to train Applied Masters graduate students headed into industrial research and development.
  
 
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Revision as of 08:54, 15 September 2013

The Advanced Projects Lab (APL) is located in Willamette Hall on the University of Oregon's campus in the Physics Department. The APL is where undergraduates use research-grade equipment as they explore the frontiers of modern physics. It’s a proving ground for students wondering if they’ve got the right stuff to do research. The APL is also part of the Graduate Internship Program's Optics Internship and used to train Applied Masters graduate students headed into industrial research and development.

Advanced Projects Lab, 1274 University of Oregon, Department of Physics, Eugene, Oregon 97403, Phone: 541-346-7963, Fax: 541-346-5861