Monthly Archives: July 2012

What do you do the day after?

So . . . what do you do the day after the major discovery of a new subatomic particle? You get to work. This thing isn’t going to measure its own properties, you know. If you don’t feel like working, … Continue reading

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Live Blogging: Release of ATLAS and CMS Higgs Searches with 2011 and 2012 LHC Data

This is the stub for the live blogging of the CERN Seminar on ATLAS and CMS Higgs search results. SMU post-doctoral scholar Aidan Randle-Conde and I intend to wake up very early on the morning of Jul 4 in order … Continue reading

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Meet some of the SMU ATLAS Group – CERN-side!

I thought I would take the time to introduce just a few of the current or recent ATLAS @ SMU group members. We have the virtue of all being at CERN this summer (and some of us are here year-round!). … Continue reading

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Live blogging of Tevatron Higgs Seminar

While I am not at Fermilab (or even in the US) right now, I will try to live-blog the Fermilab Tevatron Higgs seminars today at 9am US Central Time (4pm CET). The link to the live stream is here: http://vms-db-srv.fnal.gov/fmi/xsl/VMS_Site_2/000Return/video/r_live.xsl … Continue reading

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Different perspectives on this week’s Higgs results seminars

This is going to be a BUSY week for particles physics news. Here is some information to help you follow along with the multiple Fermilab and CERN Higgs search seminars this week. Fermilab will release their Higgs search results using … Continue reading

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