Interactions.org Newsdigest 20 August 2014
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First indirect evidence of so-far undetected strange baryons -- Dark Energy Survey kicks off second season cataloging the wonders of deep space -- Five reasons we think dark matter exists -- Dark Energy Survey into second year of chasing mysterious substance -- Testing a realistic quark-gluon plasma...
Newswire: 19 August 2014 - Brookhaven: First Indirect Evidence of So-Far Undetected Strange Baryons
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, August 19, 2014
New supercomputing calculations provide the first evidence that particles predicted by the theory of quark-gluon interactions but never before observed are being produced in heavy-ion collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC), a facility that is dedicated to studying nuclear physics. ...
Newswire: 18 August 2014 - Fermilab: Dark Energy Survey kicks off second season cataloging the wonders of deep space
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, August 18, 2014
On Aug. 15, with its successful first season behind it, the Dark Energy Survey (DES) collaboration began its second year of mapping the southern sky in unprecedented detail. Using the Dark Energy Camera, a 570-megapixel imaging device built by the collaboration and mounted on the Victor M. Blanco Te...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 15 August 2014
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Stan Bentvelsen new director of Nikhef -- Higgs boson could also explain the earliest expansion of the universe -- The smallest possible scale in the universe -- Electrons in magnetic field reveal surprises -- Finding a piece of the proton-spin puzzle -- A deep search for the invisible universe -- U...
Newswire: 14 August 2014 - FOM/Nikhef: Stan Bentvelsen new director of Nikhef
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, August 14, 2014
Professor Stan Bentvelsen (University of Amsterdam/Nikhef) has been appointed as director of the National Institute for Subatomic Physics Nikhef with effect from 1 December 2014. He succeeds professor Frank Linde, whose second term as director will end at the end of this year. Bentvelsen (49) is cur...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 6 August 2014
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AURA awarded support by the National Science Foundation to begin constructing LSST -- Unusual new telescope gets green light -- Massive neutrinos may not bring about cosmological concordance after all -- China's JUNO launches international collaboration -- Neutrinos could monitor Iranian nuclear pla...
Newswire: 4 August 2014 - AURA Awarded Support by the National Science Foundation to Begin Constructing LSST
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, August 04, 2014
The National Science Foundation (NSF) agreed on Friday to support the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) to manage the construction of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST). This marks the official federal start of the LSST project, the top-ranked major ground-based fa...
Newswire: 30 July 2014 - IHEP: JUNO International Collaboration established
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, July 30, 2014
During this hottest season in Beijing, hundreds of scientists from all over the world gathered at the Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) to announce the establishment of the International Collaboration of the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO). Neutrinos are elementary particles t...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 30 July 2014
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, July 30, 2014
Giant electromagnet completes its journey, moves into its new home at Fermilab -- JUNO International Collaboration established -- Collider reveals first glimpse of Higgs boson at work -- Moving the ring: Final journey of `Big Ring' at Fermilab -- New correction to speed of light could explain SN1987...
Newswire: 30 July 2014 - Giant electromagnet completes its journey, moves into its new home at Fermilab
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, July 30, 2014
One year ago, the 50-foot-wide Muon g-2 electromagnet arrived at the U.S. Department of Energy''s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory in Illinois after traveling 3,200 miles over land and sea from Long Island, New York. This week, the magnet took the final few steps of that journey, moving across ...
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