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LIGO and Gravitational Waves: A Hep-ex perspective
The exciting Twitter rumors have been confirmed! On Thursday, LIGO finally announced the first direct observation of gravitational waves, a
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A New Particle at LHC for Christmas??
Hello particle gobblers and happy new year from my new location at the University of Granada. In between presents and feasting,
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Monojet Dark Matter Searches at the LHC
Now is a good time to be a dark matter experiment. The astrophysical evidence for its existence is almost undeniable
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What Scientists Should Know About Science Hack Day
It's about casual brainstorming, "literature reviews" looking for existing off-the-shelf tools, bumping into experts and getting their feedback, the many
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Dark Photons from the Center of the Earth
Dark matter may be collecting in the center of the Earth. A recent paper explores way to detect its decay
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How to Turn On a Supercollider
After two years of slumber, the world’s biggest particle accelerator has come back to life. This marks the official beginning
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Prospects for the International Linear Collider
Title: “Physics Case for the International Linear Collider” Author: Linear Collider Collaboration (LCC) Physics Working Group Published: arXiV hep-ex 1506:05992 For
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A New Solution to the Hierarchy Problem?
Hello particle Chompers, Today I want to discuss a slightly more advanced topic which I will not be able to
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A Quark Gluon Plasma Primer
Quark gluon plasma, affectionately known as QGP or “quark soup”, is a big deal, attracting attention from particle, nuclear, and
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How much top quark is in the proton?
We know that protons are made up of two up quarks and a down quark. Each only weigh a few
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