Tag Archives: Fermilab

Muon g-2

Obviously the big thing this week is the new measurement of the anomalous magnetic moment of the muon, at Fermilab. I’ve written about this experiment a few times before, see these articles. I haven’t had time to write anything about … Continue reading

Posted in Particle Physics, Physics, Science | Tagged , , , , | Comments Off on Muon g-2

Theory, experiment and supersymmetry

I am dismayed by the plethora of null results coming out of my experiment, as well as from our friendly rivals, at the Large Hadron Collider. Don’t get me wrong, null results are important and it is a strength of … Continue reading

Posted in Particle Physics, Philosophy, Physics, Science | Tagged , , , , , , | Comments Off on Theory, experiment and supersymmetry

UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US

There were a lot of happy neutrino physicists around the UK and the US on Wednesday, as the long-standing partnership between the two countries in particle physics was bolstered by a new agreement At the Guardian.  

Posted in Particle Physics, Physics, Politics, Science, Science Policy | Tagged , , , | Comments Off on UK invests £65M in Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment in US

First beam for an important new physics experiment

An anomaly in the tiny magnetic field of a fundamental particle could be the loose thread that lets us unravel a new layer of physics. A new experiment has started to take a closer look At the Guardian.

Posted in Particle Physics, Physics, Science | Tagged , , | Comments Off on First beam for an important new physics experiment