Physicist Mei Bai has been awarded the prestigious U.S. Department of Energy’s E. O. Lawrence Award for her outstanding contributions to the advancement and understanding of the dynamics of spin-polarized beams and for the acceleration of polarized protons at RHIC.
Scientists intent on unraveling the mystery of the force that binds the building blocks of visible matter are gathered in Kobe, Japan, this week to present and discuss the latest results from "ultrarelativistic nucleus-nucleus collisions" at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and the Large Hadron Collider.
Physicist Mei Bai has been named a recipient of the U.S. Department of Energy's Ernest Orlando Lawrence Award for her contributions to Brookhaven's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider and the advancement of understanding "spin" physics.
A weekly digest of preprints and publications in the field of hot and dense QCD Matter, the Quark-Gluon-Plasma and Relativistic Heavy-Ion Collisions
World’s largest atom smashers create world’s smallest droplets
Research News at Vanderbilt, 10/2/2015
Ion collider produces droplets of primordial goo
Particle Collider Spits Out Tiny Drops of Primordial Goo
Discovery News, 9/3/2015
Scientists Create Primordial 'Perfect Liquid' In Lab
Tech Times, 9/2/2015
We visited the last place left in America that's piecing together the origins of the universe
Tech Insider, 8/13/2015