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Cosmic Microwave Background: The Role of Particles in Astrophysics
Over the past decade, a new trend has been emerging in physics, one that is motivated by several key questions:
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A Tau Neutrino Runs into a Candy Shop…
Tau events in the IceCube ultra high energy neutrino detector can be classified depending on how the 'double bang' is
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The Glashow Resonance on Ice
The authors of have found that the absence of Glashow resonant neutrino events in IceCube is not yet a bona-fide
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Shining Light on the Higgs Boson
Now I know what you're thinking…But photons only `talk to' particles which carry electric charge and the Higgs is electrically
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Dark Matter in Dwarf Galaxies
Hi Particle Biters, Last week there were some exciting new results from the Fermi-LAT collaboration in dark matter searches! Dark
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Muon to electron conversion
Not all searches for new physics involve colliding protons at the the highest human-made energies. An alternate approach is to
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LHC Run II: What To Look Out For
The Large Hadron Collider is the world’s largest proton collider, and in a mere five years of active data acquisition,
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An update from AMS-02, the particle detector in space
Last Thursday, Nobel Laureate Sam Ting presented the latest results (CERN press release) from the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-02) experiment, a particle detector
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Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Experiments
Title: Neutrinoless Double Beta Decay Experiments Author: Alberto Garfagnini Published: arXiv:1408.2455 Neutrinoless double beta decay is a theorized process that, if observed,
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The Proton Radius Problem
The hydrogen atom is one of main examples studied in a typical introductory quantum mechanics course. Recent measurements indicate that
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