VIEW ALLPhysicists Achieve Significant Improvement in Spotting Accelerator-produced Neutrinos in a Cosmic HaystackCabling for Large Hadron Collider Upgrade Project Reaches Halfway MarkResearch Challenges Theory on Polyphenol’s Role in Carbon SequestrationLaser-Focused on Supercooled Water
Image reconstruction and algorithms developed for MicroBooNE detector filter out cosmic ray tracks to pinpoint elusive neutrino interactions.
This upgrade, now in progress, will greatly increase the facility’s collision rate and its scientific productivity.
The findings demonstrate the importance of clarifying the interactions between soil microbiota and polyphenols and soil carbon sequestration.
New infrared technique for analyzing supercooled water opens doors to explore other fluid behaviors.
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Alexander Gremillion was chosen to conduct research at the Department of Energy’s Argonne National Laboratory.Learn more
PhD Student Jordan Finzel Receives Prestigious DOE Fellowship
Finzel will work with Simon Bare’s group at the SLAC National Accelerator Lab in Menlo Park, California.Learn more
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