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High Energy Physics: What Is It Really Good For?
Article: Forecasting the Socio-Economic Impact of the Large Hadron Collider: a Cost-Benefit Analysis to 2025 and Beyond Authors: Massimo Florio, Stefano Forte,
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Updates from ICHEP: 750 GeV bump (and other things we didn’t find)
In the early morning hours of Friday, August 5th, the particle physics community let our a collective, exasperated sigh. What
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Dark matter of Pulsars?? cont…
Title: Estimating the GeV Emission of Millisecond Pulsars in Dwarf Spheroidal Galaxies Publication: arXiv: 1607.06390, submitted to ApJL Howdy, particlebite
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Can we measure black hole kicks using gravitational waves?
We hope to detect a neutron star orbiting a black hole or another neutron star. This will allow us to
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Jets: More than Riff, Tony, and a rumble
Ubiquitous in the LHC’s ultra-high energy collisions are collimated sprays of particles called jets. The study of jet physics is
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750 GeV Bump Update
So, where do we stand today? After considering the data from 2015 (at 13 TeV center-of-mass energy) and 2012 (at
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Probing the Standard Model with muons: new results from MEG
It turns out that many new physics models predict CLFV at levels that are within range of the next generation
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Jets: From Energy Deposits to Physics Objects
Title: “Jet energy scale and resolution in the CMS experiment in pp collisions at 8 TeV” Author: The CMS Collaboration
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The dawn of multi-messenger astronomy: using KamLAND to study gravitational wave events GW150914 and GW151226
By combining information from gravitational wave events with the detection of astrophysical neutrinos and electromagnetic signatures such as gamma ray
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Discovery of a New Particle or a Sick and Twisted Santa?
Good day particle nibblers, The last time I was here I wrote about the potentially exciting “bump” which was observed
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