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Guardian Science Weekly Podcast

Along Guardian Science correspondent Hannah Devlin, I discussed the flavour anomalies from LHCb with Madeleine Finlay for the Guardian Science Weekly podcast. It is titled “Will the Large Hadron Collider find a new fifth force of nature?“. Hannah gives a … Continue reading

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A growing anomaly

The LHCb experiment at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) today released an update of a measurement that many of us physicists have been keeping a close eye on for quite some time. At the Cosmic Shambles Network

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LHC Physics at Ten

It is just over ten years since the Large Hadron Collider first bust the energy records and gave us a higher resolution glimpse into the structure of matter than had ever been possible before.

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Reinterpretation of Data

Good data can be interpreted many ways. (So can bad data of course, but that’s boring.) This is not a comment on any recent epidemiology modelling, though I suppose there may be some issues in common. Here in my little … Continue reading

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