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How to find invisible particles in a collider
 You might have heard that one of the big things we are looking for in collider experiments are ever elusive
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Strings 2021 – an overview
It was that time of year again when the entire string theory community comes together to discuss current research programs,
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Might I inquire?
“Is N=2 large?” queried  Kitano, Yamada and Yamazaki in their paper title. Exactly five months later, they co-wrote with Matsudo
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String Dualities and Corrections to Gravity
Based on arXiv:2012.15677 Figure 1: a torus is an example of a geometry that has T-duality Physicists have been searching
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Measuring the Tau’s g-2 Too
Title : New physics and tau g−2 using LHC heavy ion collisions Authors: Lydia Beresford and Jesse Liu Reference: https://arxiv.org/abs/1908.05180 Since
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New detectors on the block
Article title: “Toward Machine Learning Optimization of Experimental Design” Authors: MODE Collaboration Reference: https://inspirehep.net/literature/1850892 (pdf) In a previous post we
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Sinusoidal dark matter: ANAIS Edition
Title: Annual Modulation Results from Three Years Exposure of ANAIS-112. Reference: https://arxiv.org/abs/2103.01175. This is an exciting couple of months to
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An Anomalous Anomaly: The New Fermilab Muon g-2 Results
By Andre Sterenberg Frankenthal and Amara McCune This is the final post of a three-part series on the Muon g-2
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(Almost) Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Muon g-2 – Experiment edition
This is post #2 of a three-part series on the Muon g-2 experiment. Check out Amara McCune’s post on the
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(Almost) Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Muon g-2, Theoretically
This is post #1 of a three-part series on the Muon g-2 experiment. April 7th is an eagerly anticipated day.
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