A suite of new educational material at KU, as part of the Nanotechnology for Renewable Energy project, is introducing the world of nanoscale and energy to students in elementary and middle schools. Much of the effort focuses on a new hands-on program for schools at the KU Natural History Museum, where students explore energy through the world of cartoon physics, including falling anvils, giant rubber bands and TNT.
Paper of the Week
Search for dark matter in events with a leptoquark and missing transverse momentum in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV
A.Al-bataineh, P.Baringer, A.Bean, S.Boren, J.Bowen, A.Bylinkin, J.Castle, S.Khali, lA.Kropivnitskaya, D.Majumder, W.Mcbrayer, M.Murray, C.Rogan, S.Sanders, E.Schmitz, J.D.Tapia Takaki, Q.Wang & CMS Collaboration
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