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Where has all the anti-matter gone?

Where has all the anti-matter gone?

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One of the ongoing mysteries of the universe is why, although matter and anti-matter were created in equal proportion in the Big Bang, the universe today is dominated by matter. The answer to this dilemma may be coming from studying the behaviour of tiny, extremely weakly interacting particles: neutrinos.
Date:
20/04/2017
Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway

Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway

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The exciting arrival of new dark matter detection unit will support Royal Holloway's international research collaborations in the Centre for Particle Physics
Date:
07/04/2017



Professor John Saunders receives IOP Mott medal
"for ground-breaking studies at the frontiers of ultra-low temperature physics."



 7447 Physics Oct2016


 

 

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