Fermilab Today Result of the Week
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||What is subatomic decay?||The word “decay,” in the world of physics, has a slightly different meaning than what you might think. What is subatomic decay? by Don Lincoln.||7/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Breaking Supersymmetry||Symmetry in Nature is everywhere. But what about Supersymmetry? news.fnal.gov/2012/08/breaking-supersymmetry, by Jim Pivarski.||7/16/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Collision? Interaction? Event? What’s that all about?||This article gives some background on how we physicists use these three terms to talk about collider physics experiments. http://news.fnal.gov/2012/07/collision-interaction-event-what-s-that-all-about/, by Don Lincoln..||7/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Studying crowd behavior at MINERvA||MINERvA makes the first ever measurement of the interaction planes of the three particles in a neutrino event. http://news.fnal.gov/2017/05/studying-crowd-behavior-minerva/, by Anushree Ghosh||6/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Light, heavy light, and asymmetry||DZero has used an asymmetry in dimuon events to measure the weak-force mixing angle sin2θW. http://news.fnal.gov/2017/05/light-heavy-light-asymmetry/, by Leo Bellantoni||6/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Coping with high luminosity||A glimpse into how we sort out the plethora of collisions we get in our physics experiments. http://news.fnal.gov/2012/07/coping-with-high-luminosity/, by Don Lincoln.||6/4/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Why study the cosmos?||Perhaps that is one of those “duh!” questions. After all, humans have wondered about the cosmos for all of recorded history and no doubt long before writing was invented. But there is a modern component to this query. http://news.fnal.||5/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Why high intensity?||Studying rare particle events, and events at particularly high energy, through the Intensity Frontier at Fermilab http://news.fnal.gov/2012/06/why-high-intensity/, by Don Lincoln.||5/7/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Why high energy?||Three good reasons why Fermilab, and other physics labs, aspire for “high energy”. http://news.fnal.gov/2012/06/why-high-energy/, by Don Lincoln.||5/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
Incredible information and well done! The only thing I would change is the speed of delivery - some of us are slower listeners and really want to understand clearly.
Keep up the good work!
Please include slides
Could you please include the diagrams and pictures which are referenced in the talks on iTunes? Or a pointer to the slides?
It is fun to listen to the news from Fermilab!