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Radio Physics

The Aspen Center for Physics does a number of public outreach and engagement activities. A new and quite interesting effort underway is Radio Physics, in collaboration with KDNK community radio. The project links (visiting) physicists with local AP physics classes, who do a 30 minute group interview, live, on the topic du jour. When available…

Testing Gravity

The “Physical Applications of Millisecond Pulsars” conference is under way at the Aspen Center for Physics, going through thursday when the X-Games take over. The meeting started with surveys of current observational and instrumentation projects, in particular the amazing serendipitous discoveries being made by NASA’s Fermi γ-ray observatory, in conjunction with ground based radio telescopes,…

“New Particle Physics at the LHC and Its Connection to Dark Matter” is the name of the current workshop at the Aspen Center for Physics running through Sep 9th. I’m hanging out for the first few days and the first presentation is on “what has the LHC Higgs done to supersymmetry”? So, basic point is…