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“Diversity and inclusion:” a meta-look at ICHEP
Highlights from this summer’s ICHEP conference and its sessions devoted to diversity and inclusion in HEP.
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Catching The Higgs Speeding
Article Title: Inclusive search for highly boosted Higgs bosons decaying to bottom quark-antiquark pairs in proton-proton collisions at √s= 13
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SUSY vs. The Machines
Article title: Bayesian Neural Networks for Fast SUSY Predictions Authors: B. S. Kronheim, M. P. Kuchera, H. B. Prosper, A.
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A shortcut to truth
Can neural nets cut through thick layers of high energy code?
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Representation and Discrimination in Particle Physics
Particle physics, like its overarching fields of physics and astronomy, has a diversity problem. Black students and researchers are severely
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First Evidence the Higgs Talks to Other Generations
Article Titles: “Measurement of Higgs boson decay to a pair of muons in proton-proton collisions at sqrt(S) = 13 TeV”
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A simple matter
Article title: Evidence of A Simple Dark Sector from XENON1T Anomaly Authors: Cheng-Wei Chiang, Bo-Qiang Lu Reference: arXiv:2007.06401 As with
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Charmonium-onium: A fully charmed tetraquark
Paper Title: Observation of structure in the -pair mass spectrum Authors: LHCb Collaboration Reference: https://arxiv.org/pdf/2006.16957.pdf The Announcement The LHCb collaboration
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Crystals are dark matter’s best friends
Or how to cross-check dark matter hopes.
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The XENON1T Excess : The Newest Craze in Particle Physics
Paper: Observation of Excess Electronic Recoil Events in XENON1T Authors: XENON1T Collaboration Recently the particle physics world has been abuzz
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