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The ALICE group at NBI receives 6½ million kroner to research primordial soup

16 June 2014

The ALICE group at NBI receives 6½ million kroner to research primordial soup The ALICE group at NBI has received a grant of 6½ million kroner from the Danish Council for Independent Research | Natural Sciences to research the universe’s primordial soup using collisions of atomic nuclei at the LHC at CERN.

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Research inspired by Ciaran Williams and collaborators makes front-page news at CERN

29 April 2014

Research inspired by Ciaran Williams and collaborators makes front-page news at CERNResearch inspired by Ciaran Williams and collaborators makes front-page news at CERN last week when it reported on new analysis based on the CMS experiment.
 

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6.7 million DKK for Danish CERN research

23 January 2014

6.7 million DKK for Danish CERN research Research at CERN receives 6.685 million Danish kroner from NUFI, the National Committee for Research Infrastructure under the Danish Agency for Science, Technology and Innovation. The funds are granted for the operation and the development of...

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Physics World Top 10 Breakthrough of the year 2013

13 January 2014

Scientists working on the European Space Agency’s Planck space telescope are listed on the Physics World Top 10 Breakthrough of the year 2013.
 

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IceCube sees first signs of high-energy extraterrestrial neutrinos

25 November 2013

The IceCube Neutrino Observatory, of which Denmark is a recent member have discovered 28 very high-energy neutrinos that comes from outside our solar system. In the November 22 issue of Science, IceCube reveals the observation of 28 high-energy neutrino events with energies up to a 1000 times higher than what the Large Hadron Collider can produce, 

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