Tag Archives: Postcards from the Energy Frontier

Vector-like Quarks

My colleagues and I have a new paper on the arXiv today on New sensitivity of current LHC measurements to vector-like quarks. Vector-like quarks are hypothetical  particles that appear in some extensions of the Standard Model. Such extensions are continually being … Continue reading

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Your mileage may vary

The corona-cancellation of travel, for both work and holiday, at least means I’m making some progress on a long-standing “to do” list.  I’m fortunate; we have a loft space where I can work, and my kids are old enough to … Continue reading

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What to focus on. Where to look for the science.

“Broken Symmetries” is an art exhibition at FACT in Liverpool. Spread over galleries on two levels, it provides an audio and visual immersion in a strange frontier of knowledge and its echoes and resonances in wider culture. The artwork is … Continue reading

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2018 Highlights? Seriously?

I’d say 2018 has been “mixed”, at best. Read more at the Cosmic Shambles Network   Note added… maybe I was a bit too negative. At the air quality seems to actually be better now than recently, as can be … Continue reading

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