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The lighter side of Dark Matter
Article title: “Absorption of light dark matter in semiconductors” Authors: Yonit Hochberg, Tongyan Lin, and Kathryn M. Zurek Reference: arXiv:1608.01994
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Discovering the Tau
This plot is the first experimental evidence for the particle that would eventually be named the tau. On the horizontal
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The early universe in a detector: investigations with heavy-ion experiments
Title: “Probing dense baryon-rich matter with virtual photons” Author: HADES Collaboration Reference: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41567-019-0583-8 The quark-gluon plasma, a sea of unbound
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When light and light collide
Title: “Evidence for light-by-light scattering in heavy-ion collisions with the ATLAS detector at the LHC” Author: ATLAS Collaboration Reference: doi:10.1038/nphys4208
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Going Rogue: The Search for Anything (and Everything) with ATLAS
Title: “A model-independent general search for new phenomena with the ATLAS detector at √s=13 TeV” Author: The ATLAS Collaboration Reference: ATLAS-PHYS-CONF-2017-001  
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Grad students can apply now for ComSciCon’18!
Applications are now open for the Communicating Science 2018 workshop, to be held in Boston, MA on June 14-16, 2018!
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A Moriond Retrospective: New Results from the LHC Experiments
Hi ParticleBiters! In lieu of a typical HEP paper summary this month, I’m linking a comprehensive overview of the new
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Why Electroweak SUSY is the Next Big Thing
Title: “Search for new physics in events with two low momentum opposite-sign leptons and missing transverse energy at s =
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Beauty-full exotic bound states at the LHC
Article: Beauty-full Tetraquarks Authors: Yang Bai, Sida Lu, and James Osborn Reference: https://arxiv.org/abs/1612.00012 Good Day Nibblers, As you probably already
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It’s A Wrap! Summary of ATLAS Updates from 2016
Article: Latest ATLAS results from Run 2 Authors: Claudia Gemme on behalf of the ATLAS Collaboration Reference: arXiv:1612.01987 2016 certainly
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