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Shooting beams of ions at proton clouds may help researchers map the inner workings of neutron stars.
Particle physicist Lindley Winslow seeks the universe’s smallest particles for answers to its biggest questions.
To understand ourselves and our place in the universe, “we should have humility but also self-respect,” the physicist writes in a new book.
CTP postdoc Xiaojun Yao is in an article about how physicists are exploring quantum computing as a valuable new tool in their quest to understand the subatomic universe.
Grad student Chiara Salemi and Professor Lindley Winslow use the ABRACADABRA instrument to reveal insights into dark matter.