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Society names first female president

Society names first female president | Physics | Scoop.it
The Royal Society of Edinburgh, Scotland's national academy of science and the arts, appoints its first female president.
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Physicists plan to build a bigger LHC

Physicists plan to build a bigger LHC | Physics | Scoop.it
Accelerator ring would be 100 kilometres around and run at seven times the energy of the Large Hadron Collider.

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Wow! That would be quite an undertaking. I wonder if there is realstic funding for a VLHC?

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Dark Matter Experiment Has Detected Nothing, Researchers Say Proudly - New York Times

Dark Matter Experiment Has Detected Nothing, Researchers Say Proudly - New York Times | Physics | Scoop.it
New York Times Dark Matter Experiment Has Detected Nothing, Researchers Say Proudly New York Times In the first three months of running the biggest, most sensitive dark matter detector yet — a vat of 368 kilograms of liquid xenon cooled to minus...
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Rocket debris hits Chinese village

Rocket debris hits Chinese village | Physics | Scoop.it
Chunks of launcher from moon rover takeoff fall through roofs in Hunan province, sparking calls for compensation
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Rocket science, it's not brain surgery.

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IceCube detector finds first solid evidence for cosmic neutrinos

IceCube detector finds first solid evidence for cosmic neutrinos | Physics | Scoop.it
Research project in Antarctica has been on hunt for hard-to-spot subatomic particles since 2010
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Why particle physics matters - Symmetry magazine

Why particle physics matters - Symmetry magazine | Physics | Scoop.it
Why particle physics matters
Symmetry magazine
Prescription medications are often the first choice, and many medications are developed at particle accelerators called synchrotrons, which evolved out of particle physics research.
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