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Elementary particles and fields (theoretical)

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Elementary particles and fields (theoretical)

Cambridge University Press 06-Nov-2007

Cambridge … the ultimate force in Physics! Physics publishing at Cambridge began in 1703 with the publication of the second edition of Newton's Principia, and has continued to the present day through the publications of many influential…

University of Glasgow, Department of Physics and Astronomy 30-Oct-2007

We take on about 15 - 25 research students every year. Every student joins one of our internationally leading research groups, and is assigned a supervisor from among the academic staff working in that group.

Vector Fields 27-Sep-2007

Develop and Market software for electromagnetic design and analysis.

Manchester Science Enterprise Centre, University of Manchester 21-Sep-2007

Manchester Science Enterprise Centre delivers enterprise education and training to both the academic curriculum and to the wider business community.

TRIUMF 20-Sep-2007

TRIUMF is one of three subatomic research facilities in the world that specialize in producing extremely intense beams of particles. The heart of the facility is the world's biggest cyclotron, used to accelerate 1000 trillion particles each second!

University of South Carolina - Dept of Physics & Astronomy 30-Aug-2007

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University of the Witwatersrand 28-Aug-2007

School of Physics

University of Chicago - Enrico Fermi Institute 08-Aug-2007

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