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This paper presents the role of big laboratories in their function as research infrastructures.
An article by CERN's DG R.-D. Heuer. Worth reading all aspects of it.
Millennia ago, and 26,000 light years distant in the dim and somewhat unremarkable constellation of Circinus, a monster was born. And when that happened, it gave out a heck of a birth cry.
If you see Mark Caprio in the list of authors, satisfaction is guaranteed!
Until now, scientists were pretty sure they knew how the surface of a neutron star -- a super dense star that forms when a large star explodes and its core collapses into itself -- can heat itself up.
Search the cooling mechanisms of a neutron star. They are the neutrino emission from the whole body of the neutron star (especially the inner and outer core) AND the heat diffussion from the inner layers to the surface resulting in the thermal emission of photons.
Experiments on neutron-rich atomic nuclei could help scientists to understand nuclear reactions in exploding stars ...
Precision measurements of the neutron lifetime differ by about 8 seconds.
WOODS HOLE — Sloshing with Japanese sea water, the 5-gallon plastic jugs crowding Ken Buesseler's laboratory at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
A study shows for the first time that X-ray lasers can be used to generate a complete 3-D model of a protein without any prior knowledge of its structure.
Not a Nuclear Physics topic, but a major milestone in Science
In May 1972 in a uranium enrichment plant in France, scientists examining ore from a mine in Gabon, West Africa, discovered that a natural nuclear reactor had spontaneously manifested in that region in the Earth's primordial past, churning out...
In case you never heard of the Oklo site in the past, here is a nice story by Gizmodo
Research by a team of scientists led by a Michigan State Univ.
Birmingham, England (UPI) Nov 29, 2013 - Physicists and archaeologists are at odds over the use in contemporary experiments in particle physics of lead recovered from ancient shipwrecks.
Naharnet Jordan's SESAME Particle Accelerator Project Names Israeli Scientist as VP Algemeiner The plan for SESAME, or the Synchrotron-light for Experimental Science and Applications in the Middle East, is based on a facility operated by CERN, the...
Another great example of the laser spectroscopy efficiency in measuring ground state magnetic moments and charge radii by one of the most experienced groups in the field
The number of protons defines an element, but the number of neutrons can vary. We call these different flavors of an element isotopes, and use these isotope
Peter Butler on why there is still so much to learn about matter in the universe