Physics researchers at the University of Kansas have discovered a new method of detecting electric currents based on a process called "second-harmonic generation," similar to a radar gun for electrons that can remotely detect their speed. Dr. Hui Zhao, collaborated on the research at KU's Ultrafast Laser Lab with Dr. Judy Wu, University Distinguished Professor of Physics, and graduate studentsBrian Ruzicka, Lalani Werake, Guowei Xu.
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Search for anomalous electroweak production of vector boson pairs in association with two jets in proton-proton collisions at 13 TeV
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