Author Archives: Stephen Sekula

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The Nobel Prize in Physics for 2013: The Mechanism of the Origin of Mass

This post originally appeared in Stephen Sekula’s blog, “Going Up Alleys,” and is reproduced here by the author. It was announced this morning (4:45am US Central time) that the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physics was given to Peter Higgs (University … Continue reading

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Atop the world

This weekend, a few of us took a break from summer lectures, physics analysis, and meetings (oh, the endless meetings!), and had an outing to Mount Blanc. Towering above the Chamonix Valley, this imposing mountain has some interesting physics history … Continue reading

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Photo a day: signs of spring

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Photo a day: drone over CERN

YouTube Videos (with commentary . . . er, sort of . . . ) http://youtu.be/LKKiHeB0XhA http://youtu.be/sSx8Fuk52H4

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Photo a day: the weather

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Photo a day: no, seriously, we were in the ATLAS cavern

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Photo a day: The ATLAS Detector 2

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Photo a day: The ATLAS Detector 1

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Photo a day: normal conducting

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Photo a day: the great whiteboard experiment, part 3

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