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The Age
Brian Cox on life, universe and the big bangspends most of his time in his day job at the European Organisation for Nuclear
Brian Cox on life, universe and the big bang
The Age / Posted 2 days ago
spends most of his time in his day job at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, or CERN, in Geneva, the largest particle physics lab in the world. "There's already very good evidence for inflation," he said. "The way the galaxies are... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Africa's growing and neglected cancer problem: We will all suffergroups are already working on ways to address these challenges. For example, th
Africa's growing and neglected cancer problem: We will all suffer
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
groups are already working on ways to address these challenges. For example, the European laboratory CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, which operates the largest accelerator in the world, is looking at ways to make a... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 4 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research.Scientists are already starting to revamp the South... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Scientists Looking For Invisible Dark Matter Can't Find Anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists Looking For Invisible Dark Matter Can't Find Any
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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CTV News
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
CTV News / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find anydark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Wein
Scientists looking for invisible dark matter can't find any
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 5 days ago
dark matter, even though WIMPS are still the most viable option, said Neal Weiner, director of the Center for Cosmology and Particle Physics at New York University, who was not part of the research. Scientists are already starting to revamp the... Read more
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New Kerala
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State - newkerala.com #91962Romania as a new Member State of CERN, said Fabiola Gianotti, CERN Director-Gen
CERN welcomes Romania as its twenty-second Member State - newkerala.com #91962
New Kerala / Posted 8 days ago
Romania as a new Member State of CERN, said Fabiola Gianotti, CERN Director-General. These are exciting times for CERN and particle physics, and I am very glad that the Romanian scientific community, in particular the younger generations, will now... Read more
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The Economic Times
India and China’s chalk and cheese approach to sciencethrough the Thousand Talents programme. Wang has helped the Central China Norm
India and China’s chalk and cheese approach to science
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
through the Thousand Talents programme. Wang has helped the Central China Normal University in Wuhan to build a large particle physics group very rapidly, making it the largest group in China and one of the largest in the world. "The distance... Read more
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Daily Mail
Black holes make cosmic objects WOBBLE around themand also observed it for 70,000 seconds with NASA's NuSTAR X-ray observatory (a
Black holes make cosmic objects WOBBLE around them
Daily Mail / Posted 13 days ago
and also observed it for 70,000 seconds with NASA's NuSTAR X-ray observatory (artist's impression) STANDARD MODEL OF PARTICLE PHYSICS AND WHY A NEW THEORY OF GRAVITY WOULD BE EXCITING The Standard Model says everything in the universe is... Read more
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The Hill
The open access wrecking ballThat money would come at the expense of student support and research activity.
The open access wrecking ball
The Hill / Posted 13 days ago
That money would come at the expense of student support and research activity. But in many scientific fields – theoretical particle physics is a good example – grants are far smaller, even though the number of papers published per year is about the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Researchers improve microscopy method to 'swell' cellular structures, bringing fine details into viewto divide. Credit: Joshua Vaughan Cellular biologists work at a frustratingly s
Researchers improve microscopy method to 'swell' cellular structures, bringing fine details into view
PhysOrg / Posted 14 days ago
to divide. Credit: Joshua Vaughan Cellular biologists work at a frustratingly small scale. Like their colleagues in particle physics, these scientists investigate fundamental questions about our lives and our world—but at a scale beyond the... Read more
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Business Wire
NI Introduces Second-Generation Vector Signal Transceiver to Help Solve the Most Demanding RF Design and Test Applicationsinnovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to au
NI Introduces Second-Generation Vector Signal Transceiver to Help Solve the Most Demanding RF Design and Test Applications
Business Wire / Posted 14 days ago
innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics – use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in. LabVIEW, National... Read more
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Wired News
The MIT Physicists Who Infused Ghostbusters With Real Scienceon real science,” says Caryoln Lassek, the movie’s assistant propmaster. “Who c
The MIT Physicists Who Infused Ghostbusters With Real Science
Wired News / Posted 15 days ago
on real science,” says Caryoln Lassek, the movie’s assistant propmaster. “Who could help us better than an experimental particle physics professor?” Unfortunately, they were filming in Boston, so Saltzberg pointed them to Winslow, a former... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
Comments of the Week #117: From peeking inside a black hole to magnetic monopolesactivities, and we’ve spent the first half of last week focused on astronomy an
Comments of the Week #117: From peeking inside a black hole to magnetic monopoles
ScienceBlogs / Posted 15 days ago
activities, and we’ve spent the first half of last week focused on astronomy and the latter half with a fun focus on particle physics! Here’s some of what we covered: Our comments of the week is our best chance to hear your thoughts on these... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Schensul: Sciene and technology are all the rage in Manchester, England - Travelwonder programs on the Discovery Channel, sums it up. Then again, he may be a
Schensul: Sciene and technology are all the rage in Manchester, England - Travel
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 16 days ago
wonder programs on the Discovery Channel, sums it up. Then again, he may be a little biased. He's the advanced fellow of particle physics at the University of Manchester, and before his academic career, he played keyboard in a couple of local... Read more
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PhysOrg
Physicists discover family of tetraquarksThe news made headlines, thrusting Syracuse and CERN into the international spo
Physicists discover family of tetraquarks
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
The news made headlines, thrusting Syracuse and CERN into the international spotlight. According to the Standard Model of particle physics, there are six kinds of quarks, whose intrinsic properties cause them to be grouped into pairs with unusual... Read more
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Daily Press
Jefferson Lab director awarded Glazebrook Medalaward." Draayer said, "In his career, Dr. Montgomery has made seminal contribu
Jefferson Lab director awarded Glazebrook Medal
Daily Press / Posted 19 days ago
award." Draayer said, "In his career, Dr. Montgomery has made seminal contributions to the fields of nuclear and particle physics." Draayer is also president and CEO of the Southeastern Universities Research Association. The Glazebrook... Read more
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Crosscut
Canada pours millions into megaquake warning systemlikening it to the collaborative effort required for a major telescope or, say,
Canada pours millions into megaquake warning system
Crosscut / Posted 20 days ago
likening it to the collaborative effort required for a major telescope or, say, Europe’s 21-nation CERN laboratory for particle physics. It is one of Canada’s four major scientific initiatives. Canada has a small population, she says, so “when... Read more
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The Daily Californian
Retired UC Berkeley physics professor dies at 87string theory, as well as his invention of the Mandelstam variables, Mandelstam
Retired UC Berkeley physics professor dies at 87
The Daily Californian / Posted 20 days ago
string theory, as well as his invention of the Mandelstam variables, Mandelstam helped usher in the “golden era of Berkeley particle physics” in the 1960s, according to Mahiko Suzuki, also a campus physics professor emeritus. The Mandelstam... Read more
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Daily Mail
Is the Large Hadron Collider set to reveal secrets of the universe?December, data suggested a particle six times heavier than Higgs It would not
Is the Large Hadron Collider set to reveal secrets of the universe?
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
December, data suggested a particle six times heavier than Higgs It would not be described by Standard Model of particle physics More collisions started in April 2016, to collect more data Experts expect confirmation or refutation of... Read more
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PhysOrg
New wings give ICARUS flight for second neutrino huntof the CERN Neutrino Platform (CENF) project, started in 2014, to follow the re
New wings give ICARUS flight for second neutrino hunt
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
of the CERN Neutrino Platform (CENF) project, started in 2014, to follow the recommendations of the European Strategy for Particle Physics, and it is done in collaboration with the INFN and Fermilab. "The Neutrino Platform pulls together a... Read more
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PhysOrg
LHCb unveils new particlesscheme of hadrons (all the composite particles) that has been found so far and
LHCb unveils new particles
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
scheme of hadrons (all the composite particles) that has been found so far and it is part of the Standard Model of particle physics. In this model, hadrons are classified according to their quark content. However, it has been for a... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury's Nobel Prize-winning project explainedof the universe. It earned him his Nobel prize and accolades the world over. La
Sudbury's Nobel Prize-winning project explained
The Sudbury Star / Posted 22 days ago
of the universe. It earned him his Nobel prize and accolades the world over. Last week, just days before the international particle physics conference Neutrino 2016 begins in London, England, an exhibit showcasing the world class science of the... Read more
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The Register
Blighty's EU science funding will remain unchanged until new PM triggers Article 50of which are scheduled to end in 2020. Its membership of other major scientifi
Blighty's EU science funding will remain unchanged until new PM triggers Article 50
The Register / Posted 25 days ago
of which are scheduled to end in 2020. Its membership of other major scientific organisations including CERN, the largest particle physics laboratory in the world, or the European Space Agency, also remains unchanged as they are projects that do... Read more
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redOrbit
New pear-shaped nucleus could ruin time travel forevera theory known as CP-Symmetry. CP-Symmetry involves a symmetry of charge and co
New pear-shaped nucleus could ruin time travel forever
redOrbit / Posted 26 days ago
a theory known as CP-Symmetry. CP-Symmetry involves a symmetry of charge and coordinates in space in the universe. "In particle physics, if you have a particle spinning clockwise and decaying upwards, its antiparticle should spin... Read more
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PhysOrg
Stephen Hawking intends to map the known universephysicist Stephen Hawking, this facility and its supercomputer are dedicated to
Stephen Hawking intends to map the known universe
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
physicist Stephen Hawking, this facility and its supercomputer are dedicated to the research of cosmology, astrophysics and particle physics – ultimately, for the purpose of unlocking the deeper mysteries of the universe. Yesterday, in what was... Read more
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Business Wire
NI Announces Industry’s Highest Precision PXI Source Measure Unitinnovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to au
NI Announces Industry’s Highest Precision PXI Source Measure Unit
Business Wire / Posted 27 days ago
innovation. Customers from a wide variety of industries – from healthcare to automotive and from consumer electronics to particle physics – use NI’s integrated hardware and software platform to improve the world we live in. LabVIEW, National... Read more
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express
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are openingofficial line on what the Awake experiments are about is to develop a new type
What is CERN doing? Bizarre clouds over Large Hadron Collider 'prove portals are opening
express / Posted 28 days ago
official line on what the Awake experiments are about is to develop a new type of accelerator to cut the size of the huge particle physics experiments down by a factor of a hundred or more so they can be carried out on table tops. The AWAKE... Read more
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Daily Mail
Making something from nothingof studying the interaction between particles will lead the way towards a bette
Making something from nothing
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
of studying the interaction between particles will lead the way towards a better understanding of the Standard Model of particle physics, and help us understand how everything in the universe began. The Standard Model says everything in the... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
Sudbury experiment heads to Londonthe lab, deep underground at Creighton Mine. "The SNO experiment looks at sub-
Sudbury experiment heads to London
The Sudbury Star / Posted 29 days ago
the lab, deep underground at Creighton Mine. "The SNO experiment looks at sub-atomic particles - one of the particles in particle physics that we think is a fundamental unit of mass, if you like, a fundamental unit of how we build the things we... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Sydney Science Festival 2016 Program Announcedopen during the festival, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the CERN (the E
Sydney Science Festival 2016 Program Announced
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 29 days ago
open during the festival, providing a behind-the-scenes look at the CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) particle physics laboratory in Geneva that houses the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is most famous for proving the... Read more
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Raw Story
Coming soon: The world’s largest neutrino telescope“the most tiny quantity of reality ever imagined by a human being” — is one of
Coming soon: The world’s largest neutrino telescope
Raw Story / Posted a month ago
“the most tiny quantity of reality ever imagined by a human being” — is one of the most exciting areas of research in particle physics. Scientists believe that these tiny, exotic subatomic particles — billions of which are passing unimpeded... Read more
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Daily Press
Reader feedback June 24: Dark photons, voting districtstheory of 'dark photons' on the front page of the Sunday edition. As a NASA ret
Reader feedback June 24: Dark photons, voting districts
Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
theory of 'dark photons' on the front page of the Sunday edition. As a NASA retiree, I thought I was following the latest particle physics ideas, but had never heard of this odd but potentially important possibility. Editor: One of my favorite... Read more
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PhysOrg
Supercomputers on the trail of dark matterCSCS supercomputer 'Piz Daint'. The researchers expect that their calculations
Supercomputers on the trail of dark matter
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
CSCS supercomputer 'Piz Daint'. The researchers expect that their calculations will aid research into physical processes in particle physics and the as yet unknown dark matter that accounts for an estimated 21 percent of matter in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
KM3NeT unveils detailed plans for largest neutrino telescope in the worldreported in detail on the scientific aims, technology and costs of its proposal
KM3NeT unveils detailed plans for largest neutrino telescope in the world
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
reported in detail on the scientific aims, technology and costs of its proposal in the Journal of Physics G: Nuclear and Particle Physics. Neutrinos are ideal messengers from the cosmos. These stable, sub-atomic particles can travel long... Read more
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The Register
Physicists build simulator, hope to stand up beautiful Standard ModelPhysicists have built a quantum simulator to study the Standard Model of partic
Physicists build simulator, hope to stand up beautiful Standard Model
The Register / Posted 1 months ago
Physicists have built a quantum simulator to study the Standard Model of particle physics – a theory concerning the electromagnetic, weak, and strong nuclear interactions, as well as classifying all the subatomic particles known. The simulator... Read more
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PhysOrg
Computer models predict how the first clumps of matter formed – and what our universe's future holdsaspect of the collaboration between SLAC and Stanford," says Wechsler, who is a
Computer models predict how the first clumps of matter formed – and what our universe's future holds
PhysOrg / Posted 1 months ago
aspect of the collaboration between SLAC and Stanford," says Wechsler, who is an associate professor of physics and of particle physics and astrophysics. Wechsler's simulated journeys through spacetime use a variety of experimental data,... Read more

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