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Glue-X Experiment Observes First Charm Quarks at Jefferson Lab AcceleratorMonday, February 27, 2017
Glue-X Experiment Observes First Charm Quarks at Jefferson Lab AcceleratorAfter nearly 20 years in promoting, designing, building and commissioning, the Gluonic Excitations (GlueX) experiment, led by CMU Professor Curtis Meyer, has produced its first scientific result. GlueX is the flagship physics experiment of a major upgrade to the DOE’s Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab) and will utilize high-energy polarized beams of photons to produce a form of nuclear matter in which the gluons binding the quarks inside of protons and neutrons can directly contribute to the properties of the exotic matter.
Search for Supersymmetry at the LHCSunday, February 19, 2017