high energy physics


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Synonyms for high energy physics

the branch of physics that studies subatomic particles and their interactions

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Its actual discovery would not only provide new insight into the origin of cosmic acceleration, but perhaps also provide new evidence for string theory and other concepts in high energy physics.
According to Professor Harvey Newman of Caltech, head of the high energy physics team and chair of the U.
The program is successfully implemented by leading institutions of the NASU which cooperates tightly with CERN and JINR and can boast with significant achievements and research in high energy physics and nuclear physics.
The other five program offices are basic energy sciences, biological and environmental sciences, advanced scientific computing research, high energy physics, and nuclear physics.
Weinberg, Conference Summary, XXVI International Conference on High Energy Physics, Dallas, Texas, August, 12, 1992 and arXiv:hepph/9211298.
The experiment was performed by members of the TOPAZ detector group at the TRISTAN particle accelerator of the National Laboratory for High Energy Physics in Tsukuba, Japan.
With this latest improvement in our very high current PIT conductors, we have further strengthened our position as an innovation leader in superconducting materials, in particular for future needs in high energy physics and fusion research projects.
The editors are with the National Research Centre oKurchatov Institute,o of the Institute for High Energy Physics in Russia.
CERN (Conseil Europeen pour la Recherche Nucleaire) - International Research Centre of the European Community, the world's largest laboratory for High Energy Physics, established on September 29, 1954.
German and Swiss physicists from various institutions in the Helmholtz Alliance describe the current state and driving questions in high energy physics now that the Large Hadron Collider at CERN is operating.
he detector's discoveries may facilitate research in dark matter and high energy physics.
The DOE also provided increases over FY 2006 to other programs, including Nuclear Energy (increase of $41 M), Coal (increase of $59 M), High Energy Physics (increase of $54 M), Nuclear Physics (increase of $65 M), Basic Energy Sciences (increase of $140 M), Hydrogen Technology (increase of $40 M), Solar Energy (increase of $77 M), and Wind Energy (increase of $11 M).
The fabrication of the next generation of particle accelerators for high energy physics will require the development of new niobium-tin/copper superconductors able to carry extremely high current densities at high magnetic fields.
In August, several groups of researchers at the International Conference on High Energy Physics, held in Dallas, presented impressive data that appeared to rule out the particle's existence.
Expanding from originally two scientific fields, high energy physics and life sciences, EGEE now integrates applications from scientific fields ranging from geology to computational chemistry.
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