Monthly Archives: July 2012

Live from CERN and Sean Carroll – Higgs News

Perhaps great news from CERN today as promised; the Higgs or a ‘Higgs-like’ particle has been discovered by the LHC teams. If it is the true Higgs, which is likely, it will provide the last brick in the wall of … Continue reading

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Mildred Dresselhaus, Carbon in More Ways Than One

Evan McGlinn for The New York Times Natalie Angier of the New York Times wrote an article yesterday about Dr Dresselhaus, her life and her contributions to the science of carbon. Yes Carbon; C, 12C, 13C, 14C, Nano C, …etc.. I … Continue reading

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The Higgs and the US

When trying to understand the fabric of the universe, scientists will go to great lengths in testing and analysis to make sure current cogent theories contain the truth of the matter. At the LHC, the vast data sets from late … Continue reading

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