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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

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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.

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Fermilab’s giant magnet begins its journey into the quantum badlands

At the Guardian.

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