Tag Archives: Argonne

Don’t wear your colours here..

I’ve spent the last 48 hours enthralled by the goings on at the Argonne “Analysis Jamboree”. I’m not really much of a one for these things… my more senior colleagues doze and my more junior colleagues tap loudly on their … Continue reading

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Black holes and falling objects

I was driving into Argonne with a colleague yesterday morning and he was telling me about the experiment (E687) that he worked on when he was a graduate student. It caught fire and burnt down. The reason for the fire … Continue reading

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Notes from Chicago II

We’ve been in ChicagoLand for three weeks tomorrow. Haven’t made any huge contribution to the Argonne national laboratory physics program yet, but have worked out which cafeteria queue to get in to get the tall blonde lady who charges you … Continue reading

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Notes from Chicago

Now at The Guardian. I am Lily, a new postdoc at Argonne National Lab.  I’m the one who thinks she can find the Higgs boson by listening to it. Thanks Jon for letting me play on your blog. I moved … Continue reading

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