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Thursday 20th April 2017

Where has all the anti-matter gone?

Where has all the anti-matter gone?
Description
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
Friday 7th April 2017

Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway

Dark Matter detection at Royal Holloway
Description
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
Monday 27th March 2017

Royal Holloway celebrates BBC Stargazing Live 2017

Royal Holloway celebrates BBC Stargazing Live 2017
Description
In preparation for BBC Stargazing 2017, over 250 people joined Royal Holloway's Physics department for a special lecture by Professor Stewart Boogert on the journey from being an amateur astronomer to discover the fascinating world of astronomy.
Date:
27/03/2017
Thursday 9th March 2017

Trying to understand the wonders of the universe, or why attend an evening lecture at RHUL

Trying to understand the wonders of the universe, or why attend an evening lecture at RHUL
Description
Alex, sixth-former and Physics enthusiast, explains why he has never missed any of our Physics evening lectures.
Date:
09/03/2017
Thursday 9th February 2017

Identification of a supersolid in two dimensions

Identification of a supersolid in two dimensions
Description
Experimentalists in the London Low Temperature Laboratory at Royal Holloway, working in collaboration with Cornell University and theorists in the Hubbard Theory Consortium and Imperial College, report the identification of a new state of quantum matter, with "intertwined density wave and superfluid order", in Nature Physics.
Date:
09/02/2017
Friday 14th October 2016

High-Luminosity LHC meeting at Royal Holloway

High-Luminosity LHC meeting at Royal Holloway
Description
The Department of Physics at Royal Holloway played host to the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Plenary Meeting, a gathering of 3o physicists from across the UK on Thursday 13 October.
Date:
14/10/2016
Sunday 4th September 2016

Centre for Particle Physics expands Grid computing facility

Centre for Particle Physics expands Grid computing facility
Description
The Centre for Particle Physics expands its grid computing facility to handle the flood of new LHC data.
Date:
04/09/2016
Wednesday 13th July 2016

Neutrino discoveries could explain Big Bang mystery

Neutrino discoveries could explain Big Bang mystery
Description
Researchers have searched for the cause of the imbalance between matter and antimatter, and have recently turned to ghostly particles called neutrinos for the answer.
Date:
13/07/2016
Thursday 28th April 2016

Prize for Gill Green – Physics UG Administrator

Prize for Gill Green – Physics UG Administrator
Description
Gill Green wins the "Excellence in Service Award" in this year's Royal Holloway Staff Recognition Awards.
Date:
28/04/2016
Friday 25th March 2016

Scientists prove reliability of quantum simulations for materials design

Description
Royal Holloway physicists work with international peers to demonstrates reliability of quantum simulations for materials design. The findings are critical at a time of rapid technological change with increasing demand for new materials to make better batteries for mobile devices, catalysts, photocells for energy conversion and much more. Computer simulations at the atomic scale play an increasingly important role in designing them.
Date:
25/03/2016
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