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Particle physics is not just black holes and antimatter
While the perils associated with particle physics, from Earth-gobbling black holes to Vatican-destroying amounts of antimatter, gain news headlines, it's easy to overlook the large economic and societal benefits of particle physics research. (2009-05-28)
Director General CERN announces $25M Australian center on origins of universe
The Director General of CERN, Switzerland, Professor Rolf-Dieter Heuer, has announced a new $25 million Australian Center to explore the origins of the universe, at the Australian Institute of Physics Congress this week. (2010-12-09)
Information note: PPARC funding of the linear collider
Recent articles in The Sunday Times [23 November 2003] and Research Fortnight [26 November 2003] stated that the Particle Physics and Astronomy Research Council [PPARC] has received £700M from government for the Linear Collider, the next generation particle physics accelerator. (2003-11-26)
Physicists leapfrog accelerators with ultrahigh energy cosmic rays
An international team of physicists has developed a pioneering approach to using Ultrahigh Energy Cosmic Rays (UHECRs) -- the highest energy particles in nature since the Big Bang -- to study particle interactions far beyond the reach of human-made accelerators. (2016-10-31)
Why matter matters in the universe
A new physics discovery explores why there is more matter than antimatter in the universe. (2008-03-27)
Physicists offer theories to explain mysterious collision at Large Hadron Collider
Physicists around the world were puzzled recently when an unusual bump appeared in the signal of the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator, causing them to wonder if it was a new particle previously unknown, or perhaps even two new particles. (2016-01-08)
Could a new proposed particle help to detect dark matter?
Researchers at the University of Southampton have proposed a new fundamental particle which could explain why no one has managed to detect 'dark matter,' the elusive missing 85 percent of the universe's mass. (2015-01-29)
On the search for 'new physics'
The participants will be focusing on subjects such as the physics of the Higgs particle, the search for 'new physics,' and the corresponding unifying theory that will greatly expand our understanding of elementary particles and fundamental forces. (2014-08-29)
Director General of CERN awarded University of Melbourne highest honor
Professor Rolf Dieter Heuer, Director General of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, has received the University of Melbourne's highest honor, the Doctor of Laws (honoris causa) in recognition of his outstanding international contribution to science, at a special conferring ceremony at the university today. (2012-07-06)
Physics strikes the right note with classical musicians
The combination of physics and music might usually prompt images of Brian Cox playing keyboards for D:Ream, but a new trio, consisting of a professor of physics, an internationally renowned composer and an award-winning violinist, are bringing particle physics to life through a series of classical compositions. (2011-12-15)
Professor Patrizio Antici welcomed as a Fellow of the Institute of Physics
Professor Patrizio Antici of Centre Énergie Matériaux Télécommunications at INRS has once again garnered international recognition for his work, having just been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics for his outstanding scientific achievements in physics, particularly in the field of laser-generated particle sources. (2015-09-23)
University of Pennsylvania hosts 34th Annual International Conference on High Energy Physics
As the Large Hadron Collider hums to life, Penn hosts scientists from over 70 countries to discuss the future of high energy physics, string theory, black holes and the (2008-07-29)
The Role Of Models: From Anthropology To Particle Physics
Aristotle is a good example of how physicists use models to learn how the world works. (1998-02-15)
Physicists say they are near epic Higgs boson discovery
The Holy Grail of high-energy physics -- the predicted but elusive Higgs boson -- is almost within reach, and the Brandeis high-energy physics group, along with other particle physicists around the world collaborating on making the finding, is almost giddy with excitement. (2011-12-13)
Faculty earns $330,000 for particle physics research
The CMS experiment is a large, general-purpose particle detector under construction at the Large Hadron Collider accelerator at the European Center for Particle Physics (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland. (2003-09-26)
12 matter particles suffice in nature
How many matter particles exist in nature? Particle physicists have been dealing with this question for a long time. (2012-12-13)
NYU physicist wins presidential early career award
New York University's Kyle Cranmer, an assistant professor in the Department of Physics, has been awarded a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. (2007-11-02)
Gravity may have saved the universe after the Big Bang, say researchers
New research by a team of European physicists could explain why the universe did not collapse immediately after the Big Bang. (2014-11-18)
Medical treatments benefit from the contribution of accelerator physics and engineering
History has shown that energetic particles can be useful for medical applications. (2015-07-07)
Maybe it wasn't the Higgs particle after all
Last year CERN announced the finding of a new elementary particle, the Higgs particle. (2014-11-07)
Faculty member earns $360,000 grant for high energy physics research
Dr. Marc Baarmand, Florida Tech professor of physics and space sciences, has received a $360,000 grant from the US Department of Energy for research aimed at discovering the origin of mass. (2006-02-21)
Emil Bjerrum-Bohr receives 10 million kroner to research the mysteries of particle physics
Emil Bjerrum-Bohr, a physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute, has been awarded 10 million kroner by the Lundbeck Foundation for the establishment of his own research group, which will study the mysteries of high energy physics by building a bridge between theoretical physics and experiments currently taking place at CERN. (2011-08-24)
Black holes and the dark sector explained by quantum gravity
A quantum version of General relativity published in the International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics demonstrates that Dark Energy and Dark Matter are different manifestations of gravity. (2015-03-05)
Advances in physics recognized by 2008 IOP Awards
The Institute of Physics' 2008 awards have today, Wednesday, Oct. (2007-10-03)
NASA grant funds space radiation research
To increase understanding of SEP transport, Ming Zhang, Ph.D., Florida Tech professor of physics and space sciences and his collaborators Hamid K. (2008-08-07)
OU graduate student wins national physics award
A University of Oklahoma graduate student is the first recipient of a national award from the American Physical Society for outstanding dissertation in theoretical particle physics. (2012-03-01)
Dark matter research earns doctoral student a fellowship at Fermilab
South African Fulbright scholar Gopolang Mohlabeng has earned a yearlong Fermilab Graduate Student Fellowship in Theoretical Physics beginning in Aug. (2015-11-11)
NYU becomes part of CERN project to explore fundamental nature of matter
A team of New York University physicists has joined a world-wide collaboration to investigate the fundamental nature of matter and the basic forces that shape the universe. (2006-07-26)
University of Minnesota physicists play role in Large Hadron Collider research
University of Minnesota professors who played a significant role in the Large Hadron Collider research are available for comment on the project's latest milestone. (2010-03-30)
Smaller and more powerful electronics requires the understanding of 'quantum jamming' physics
Miguel A. Cazalilla, a scientist at the CFM and at the DIPC, both in San Sebastian, together with other four colleagues, was recently invited to write a review article for the prestigious journal Reviews of Modern Physics of the American Physical Society. (2012-01-09)
ASPERA-2: Toward a sustainable structure for European astroparticle physics
Funding agencies for astroparticle physics celebrated today the official launch of ASPERA-2, a three-year program funded by the European Commission, which the main challenge is to create a sustainable structure for the coordination of astroparticle physics in Europe. (2009-07-07)
OU physicists develop rationale for the next-generation particle collider
A University of Oklahoma-developed theory provides the rationale for the next-generation particle accelerator -- the International Linear Collider. (2013-07-02)
Static Sound Reverses Movement Of Particle
A particle in motion in a fluid causes eddies which slowly spread out, and in doing so also causes a sound wave (a density wave). (1998-01-29)
Mystery particle may hold clues to universe
University of Melbourne physicists have helped discover a new state of matter that may shed light on the fabric of the universe. (2004-01-08)
Black holes and the dark sector explained by quantum gravity
A quantum version of General relativity published in the International Journal of Geometric Methods in Modern Physics demonstrates that Dark Energy and Dark Matter are different manifestations of gravity. (2015-03-20)
Higgs: The invention and discovery of the 'God Particle'
Best-selling science author Jim Baggott ( (2012-07-06)
Mainz University to collaborate with US research center Fermilab near Chicago
Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) is expanding the range of its international research collaboration projects. (2017-01-23)
OU researchers predict the next big thing in particle physics: Supersymmetry
A better understanding of the universe will be the outgrowth of the discovery of the Higgs boson, according to a team of University of Oklahoma researchers. (2012-01-11)
Physics and medicine: at Erice the new perspectives of an ancient cooperation
From April the 15th to the 17th, at Ettore Majorana Foundation settled in Erice, in the context of the International School on Physics and Industry, it will take place the congress titled (2004-04-02)
Rochester physicist's quantum-'uncollapse' hypothesis verified
In 2006, Andrew Jordan, professor of physics and astronomy at the University of Rochester, together with Alexander Korotkov at the University of California, Riverside, spelled out how to exploit a quantum quirk to accomplish a feat long thought impossible, and this week a research team at the University of California at Santa Barbara has tested the theory, proving it correct. (2008-08-06)
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