News on Particle physics in 2018

The state of the Early Universe: The beginning was fluid

04 October 2018

The particle physicists at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen have obtained new results, working with the LHC, replacing the lead-ions, usually used for collisions, with Xenon-ions.

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New observations link gigantic star collisions to homeless short duration gamma ray bursts

26 July 2018

Scientists from the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen, have been involved in detecting a beam of light that provides a link between neutron star mergers and short duration gamma ray bursts. The result is now published in Nature Astronomy.

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Astrophysicists are thrilled about finding a source from where the cosmic ‘ghost particles’ originate

13 July 2018

A magnificent research project located under the ice of the South Pole has found a connection between emission of the mysterious neutrinos and the active galaxies, blazars. One of the involved scientists at the University of Copenhagen tells that it is an important piece in understanding cosmic rays

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