The LHCb detector

The LHCb detector at LHC CERN has just published a result which means very bad news for supersymmetry

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Thought the surface of the sun was hot? Think again and think big. Scientists colliding lead ions have created temperatures which are unbelievably large. It’s a world record, in fact.

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Higgs

The much awaited $9 Billion papers on the Higgs Boson have been published. What do they really tell us?

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Notice the broken yellow lines emerging out of the detector. Those are photon lines. Actually the broken line is a way to represent the fact that photons are invisible and not caught in the tracker. Then they are detected in the electromagnetic calorimeter, where green lines represent energy dumps.

To be proved wrong has never felt so good! To be a part of the historic moment is awesome!

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Not quite yet!

The web has been buzzing with the probable discovery of the Higgs Boson and the upcoming CERN press conference has generated a lot of interest. We aim to caution you – tread lightly on Higgs discovery news, as there isn’t enough data yet to make that claim. Here’s a thought…

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The Higgs boson search status will be announced in the upcoming CERN conference to be held in Geneva on the 4th of July. Incidentally, ICHEP, one of the biggest high energy conferences, is also supposed to start on the same day.

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Not quite yet!

The Higgs Boson search has advanced from where it was in December, but it has still not attained the position of a discovery. The LHC simply doesn’t have enough data to provide the tag of a ‘discovery’ to the Higgs particle. Don’t believe the rumors, here’s the real deal.

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One of the experiments at LHC- the LHCb – may have just detected signals of physics beyond the Standard Model. Are we seeing the emergence of New Physics?

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The OPERA experiment, which claimed to have found neutrinos travelling faster than the speed of light, has resigned now that the results have been proven wrong. Science can be cruel…

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The world’s first glimpse of the spectrum of anti-hydrogen will come through CERN. The ALPHA team was successful in trapping a large number of anti-hydrogen atoms and this has allowed them to study the spectrum.

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The Tevatron data concludes roughly what the LHC has concluded for the low mass range. It seems that the Higgs is a low-mass Higgs, with a mass of about 125 GeV.

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The LHC is set to return with a bang! After an extended vacation, newer electronics will allow it to get insanely energetic and more luminous.

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It seems that the ghost of the faster-than-light neutrino results won’t die a peaceful death! What was earlier dismissed as a mere computer glitch is not as easy as that! There is a second error and that complicates matters a bit!

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A simple computer glitch might undo the greatest anomaly found in physics so far! It seems a faulty GPS connection may have been the cause of the faster than light travel speed of the neutrinos.

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The Higgs search results became more promising with the earlier data revealing more stuff than what it had already revealed. An increase of the confidence level to 4.3-sigma is welcome news! Inching towards the magical 5-sigma…

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