particle physics

Undergraduate Research Internships for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students in Medford, MA for Tufts University

The Department of Physics and Astronomy at Tufts University includes seventeen faculty, approximately 30 graduate students, and approximately 50 undergraduate students who come from around the world to participate in and learn about research that explores the physical world at…

Spotlight: UK research links with Ukraine

As Russian invasion emphasizes collaborations, analysis shows growing R&D ties between the two countries UK academic links with Ukraine have grown steadily over the past decade, with UK researchers now the country’s sixth most important contributor. As Russia stages an…

Global Research Community Condemns Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Ukrainian soldiers march through the center of Kiev, bombarded by Russian forces.Credit: Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine has sparked a wave of condemnation from scientists and research organizations around the world. Some organizations in Western countries have decided…

Granholm Announces $3 Million for Net-Zero Carbon Research at HBCUs | New Policies

By MEG Kinnard, Associated Press ORANGEBURG, SC (AP) — U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm announced Thursday that $3 million in federal funding would be directed to historically black colleges and universities, and other minority-serving institutions, to research that she says…

Research Associate job at KINGS COLLEGE LONDON

The Theoretical Particle Physics and Cosmology (TPPC) group in the Department of Physics at King’s College London is inviting applications for a two-year postdoctoral research position, as part of a Leverhulme Trust-funded project to study tunneling in QFT and applications…

What is the “gold leaf experience”? Geiger-Marsden experiments explained

The Geiger-Marsden experiment, also called gold sheet experiment or α-particle scattering experiments, refers to a series of experiments from the early 20th century that gave physicists their first insight into the structure of the atomic nucleus and the physics underlying…

Opportunity profile: where early career researchers meet

Image: Shellac [CC BY-SA 2.0]via Flickr The Particle Physics Center offers fellowships to those seeking to enrich their post-doctoral experience Best tips: Be sure to use specific keywords in your application when describing the types of technology you want to…

Opportunity profile: where early career researchers meet

Image: Shellac [CC BY-SA 2.0]via Flickr The Particle Physics Center offers fellowships to those seeking to enrich their post-doctoral experience Best tips: Be sure to use specific keywords in your application when describing the types of technology you want to…

DOE nuclear physics program strategy includes neutrinoless double beta decay experiments at Wright Lab

The US Department of Energy’s (DOE) nuclear physics program is pursuing an international strategy to fund three ton-scale experiments – CUPID, nEXO and LEGEND-1000 – that are sensitive enough to search for evidence of a double beta decay without neutrinos…

Adjunct Researcher – Neutrino Physics in Upton, NY for Brookhaven National Laboratory

Details Job : 03-Feb-22 Site: Upton, NY Education required: PhD Categories: Nuclear physics Physics: Particle Physics: Physics Sector: Government and National Laboratory Work function: Research and development Brookhaven National Laboratory (www.bnl.gov) delivers scientific discoveries and transformative technologies to power and…

Stawell Dark Matter Lab Chair Sue Barrell Awarded by OAM | The Stawell Times-News

reserved for subscribers, A SCIENTIST currently working at the Stawell Underground Physics Laboratory is a recipient of an Order of Australia in the Australia Day Honors List. Dark Matter Lab President Sue Barrell received the award for “Distinguished Service to…

Physics department to expand faculty and research with $50 million alum donation

The physics and astronomy department last month received a $50 million gift from investor and Hopkins alumnus William H. “Bill” Miller III. This donation follows Miller’s 2018 $75 million donation to the University’s philosophy department. According to an email sent…

New research reveals oxygen ions in Jupiter’s innermost radiation belts

NNA | Update: January 23, 2022 12:03 STI Berlin [Germany], Jan 23 (ANI): NASA ended its Galileo mission to Jupiter on September 21, 2003, nearly 20 years ago. Today, German scientists have uncovered a new secret from the mission’s vast…

Opinion: When art goes nuclear

Through Pramod K Nayar A few years ago, Finland announced its intention to build its 6and Cape Hanhikivi nuclear reactor in Pyhäjoki. Besides the usual protests, which many countries have seen, against nuclear power and atomic testing, Finland has seen…

Missing Link: Cosmic Inflation – The Big Bang Blow

How big is the universe? What is it made of? How was it born and how did it come to be as we know it today? Cosmology, the study of the origin and development of the universe, deals with these…

Antimatter reacts to gravity the same way ordinary matter does, according to new experiments

The Standard Model of particle physics is both incredibly successful and patently incomplete. Among the questions left open is the striking imbalance between matter and antimatter in the Universe, which inspires experiments to compare the fundamental properties of matter /…

Behind HuggingFace’s BigScience project, which mobilizes research on major language models

Companies like Google and Facebook are deploying large language models (LLMs) for translation and moderation of content. Meanwhile, OpenAI GPT-2 and GPT-3 are the most powerful language models capable of writing exceptionally convincing text passages in a range of different…

The best of science in 2021 – Editor’s choice

In 2021, the pandemic continued under new avatars, presenting us with different challenges. Intrepid researchers have delved into distant fields of science, and we, at Research questions has strived to bring these fascinating finds to the fore. As we move…

SINP 2022 Recruitment: Apply for Research Associate positions on saha.ac.in

SINP 2022 recruitment: The Saha Institute for Nuclear Physics (SINP) has invited applicants to apply for the position of Research Associate. Eligible and interested candidates can apply for the positions through the official website of the Saha Institute of Nuclear…

Subatomic – The King’s Artists project explores the connection between art and astrophysics

Written by Samantha Seto, PhD candidate in the Department of English, Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Student Digital Content Coordinator, King’s Culture My recent experience with Subatomic, a performance resulting from the first phase of the King’s Artist’s collaboration…

Divisional Physicist Fellow in Berkeley, California for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Divisional Fellow Physicist – 94383 Organization: PH-Physics The physics division (https://www.physics.lbl.gov/) at Lawrence BerkPAVMA IO # 30343 VCAeley National Laboratory (LBNL, https://www.lbl.gov/) has an opening for a divisional researcher position in the field of theoretical particle physics, in the broad…

Divisional Physicist Fellow in Berkeley, California for Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Details Posted: 06-Dec-21 Site: Berkeley, California Education required: Doctorate Categories: Physics: Physics Sector: Government and national laboratory Work function: Other Divisional Fellow Physicist – 94383 Organization: PH-Physics The physics division (https://www.physics.lbl.gov/) at Lawrence BerkPAVMA IO # 30343 VCAeley National Laboratory…

FLC partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory to promote Indigenous women in physics – The Journal

Two students selected for an internship with nuclear and particle physicists Two students from Fort Lewis College have been chosen to be the first participants in an internship program developed by the college and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to…

FLC Partners with Los Alamos National Laboratory to Promote Indigenous Women in Physics – The Durango Herald

Two students selected for an internship with nuclear and particle physicists Two students from Fort Lewis College have been chosen to be the first participants in an internship program developed by the college and the Los Alamos National Laboratory to…

BICEP3 tightens the limits of cosmic inflation

Physicists looking for signs of primordial gravitational waves by sifting through the first light in the cosmos – the cosmic diffuse background (CMB) – have reported their findings: still nothing. But far from a failure, the latest results of the…

Experiments confirm the unique response of a quantum material to circularly polarized laser light

Newswise – When the COVID-19 pandemic ended experiments at the Department of Energy’s National SLAC Accelerator Lab early last year, Shambhu Ghimire’s research group was forced to find another way to study an intriguing research target: quantum materials known as…

Cambridge University’s Cavendish lab finds more evidence that the Standard Model of physics needs to be revised

Further evidence that the current theory of fundamental physics needs to be revised was revealed yesterday (Tuesday), following measurements by scientists at the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University. The results of the LHCb experiment at CERN near Geneva cannot be…

Experiments confirm the uniq of a quantum material

Image: Laser light is generally linearly polarized, which means that its waves oscillate in only one direction – up and down, in the example on the left. But it can also be circularly polarized, to the right, so that its…

POSTPONED KITP public conference – “Stars: The Ultimate Laboratory for Modern Physics” with professor Pascale Garaud

Tuesday October 26 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been postponed. The stars have long fascinated humans, but our understanding of their true nature is only about 100 years old. Beginning in…

Three scientists from Los Alamos National Laboratory elected 2021 members of the American Physical Society

Left 2021 APS Fellows Eric Brown, Nathan Moody and Takeyasu Ito. Courtesy / LANL LANL News: Three scientists from the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) were elected members by the American Physical Society (APS). The new APS fellows are Eric…

Art and artificial intelligence: a strange couple?

Last Thursday, I gave a public lecture, with my longtime friend Ivan Bianchi, on the topic of art and artificial intelligence. The event was organized by the “Galileo Festival” in Padua, for Innovation Week.Ivan is professor of contemporary art at…

Two small-scale experiments could beat huge machines looking for evidence of new physics – and could improve cancer treatment – ScienceDaily

Experiments have spotted anomalies hinting at a new type of neutrino, which would go beyond the Standard Model of particle physics and possibly open a portal to the Dark Sector. But no one has ever directly observed this hypothetical particle….

Stawell’s Underground Physics Lab to End in December | The Stawell Times-News

reserved for subscribers, With COVID-19 affecting nearly every aspect of life in Australia over the past 20 months, completing a major technical and scientific development has come with an additional set of challenges. But despite the challenges, the Stawell Underground…

Edwards Accelerator Laboratory turns 50 and continues to deliver surprising results

Dr Carl Brune with graduate students Cody Parker and Shamim Akhtar at the tandem generator. Thousands of Ohio University students walk past the Edwards Accelerator Laboratory every day, without noticing the internationally renowned research center located on the hillside. His…

Shock-Free Compression Experiments Set New Extreme Pressure Scales

Using the world’s most energetic laser and the world’s most powerful pulsed power plant, an international research team has derived new pressure scales for gold and platinum at 1 teapascal. To test the Standard Model of particle physics, scientists often…

Can we see the dark energy of the Earth? New experiences offer hope.

Paul M. Sutter is an astrophysicist at Ohio State University, host of Ask an astronaut and “Space radio, “and author of”Your place in the universe. ”Sutter contributed this article to The expert voices of Space.com: Op-Ed & Insights. The true…

Particle physics experiments strengthen evidence for a new force of nature

A recently completed experiment at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab) on the outskirts of Chicago produced strong data suggesting that a new force of nature may have been discovered. If this result is ultimately confirmed, it would require a…

‘Tending’ results of 2 experiments defy the rules of physics

Preliminary results from two experiments suggest that something is wrong with the way physicists think the universe works, a prospect that has baffled and delighted the field of particle physics. Tiny particles called muons don’t quite do what they’re expected…

£ 6million in particle physics research grants

Particle physics research at the University of Manchester has received a boost in the form of UK research and innovation grants of over £ 6million. The money comes from the UKRI’s Science and Technology Facilities Council, which supports particle physics…

Particle Physics Research | What are quarks?

Qwerty123uiop Wikimedia Commons Quarks are elementary particles, without a substructure. Understanding them is crucial in learning how physics works at the smallest levels. By studying the collisions of incredibly small particles composed of quarks known as J / psi particles,…

China, Japan Prepare to Turn Asia into a Hub for Particle Physics Research

Chinese scientists released the full design report of a future large particle collider that they plan to build over the next decade. Established at $ 5 billion, the Circular Electron Positron Collider (CEPC) is expected to begin construction in 2022…

Department of Energy to provide $ 100 million for particle physics research

The US Department of Energy (DOE) announced last Thursday that $ 100 million in new and renewed university grants for the study of high energy physics. The grants are expected to cover all research in particle physics, including work based…

60 years of UChicago particle physics research culminates with experience in Japan

Newswise – Three generations of University of Chicago physicists have spent decades painstakingly cataloging the characteristics of a family of alien particles called kaons, and an upcoming experiment promises to be the most accurate yet. “Chicago has played a major…

Austria to leave CERN particle physics laboratory

Scientists look at a computer screen at the CERN control center in Geneva on September 10, 2008. REUTERS / Fabrice Coffrini / Pool VIENNA (Reuters) – Austria is considering pulling out of the international particle physics laboratory CERN as its…