Particle Physics, Atomic-Nuclear, Gravitation, Cosmology

Particle Physics, Atomic-Nuclear, Gravitation, Cosmology

Particle Physics, Atomic-Nuclear, Gravitation, Cosmology

Particle Physics, Atomic-Nuclear, Gravitation, Cosmology

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Slides
# Introducció a l'exercici TFP 2017

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Courses/Classes

Author

Carla Marín, ICCUB

Alejandro Alfonso, ICCUB

Arnau Brossa

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Date

Language

CA

Area

Particle Physics

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Presentation of the practical exercice of workshop on particle physics.

Language

CA

ICCUB news

Particle Physics

Neutrinos are the most elusive elementary particles in nature: each second we are traversed by trillions of neutrinos, even though in our entire lifetime just one of them will interact with our bod

By

Ivan Esteban, ICCUB

Place

Time

Talks

Open to all

Atomic-Nuclear

Particle Physics

Neutrinos are the most elusive elementary particles in nature: each second we are traversed by trillions of neutrinos, even though in our entire lifetime just one of them will interact with our bod

By

Ivan Esteban, ICCUB

Place

Michael Collins, Pça Sagrada Familia, 4, 08013

Time

Talks

Open to all

Atomic-Nuclear

Particle Physics

Source

Language

EN

Thanks to five successful editions, the Beamline for Schools (BL4S) competition that offers highschool students the chance to conduct a real experiment at a real research laboratory has become a very popular science competition that has so far motivated almost 10,000 students to learn about particle physics.

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Particle Physics

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Resum

Presentation: Elementary Particles, detectors and accelerators by Carla Marin and Ricardo Vázquez.

Presentation

Author

Several

Language

CA

Particle Physics

Graphic Material

Brochure/Leaflet

Language

CA

Particle Physics

Videos

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Catalan translation made at ICCUB of the video *The bottle to bang*, a description of the route of the protons at CERN, from the hydrogen cylinder, to the Large Hadron Accelerator (LHC), thr

Reports/Documentaries

Author

Chris Mann

Source

CERN/ICCUB

Language

CA

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EN

Particle Physics