Post summary – April 2009 May 1, 2009Posted by dorigo in astronomy, Blogroll, cosmology, internet, news, personal, physics, science, social life.
Tags: dark matter, emergency, HEP, Higgs boson, malaria, montalcini, nerve growth factor, scientific blogging, scientific journalism, standard model, summary, top quark, WCSJ
Since I know that this site continues to be visited -because the 1450 posts it contains draw traffic regardless of the inactivity- I am providing here monthly updates of the pieces I write in my new blog here. Below is a list of posts published last month at the new site.
The Large Hadron Collider is Back Together – announcing the replacement of the last LHC magnets
Hera’s Intriguing Top Candidates – a discussion of a recent search for FCNC single top production in ep collisions
Source Code for the Greedy Bump Bias – a do-it-yourself guide to study the bias of bump fitting
Bump Hunting II: the Greedy Bump Bias – the second part of the post about bump hunting, and a discussion of a nagging bias in bump fitting
Rita Levi Montalcini: 100 Years and Still Going Strong – a tribute to Rita Levi Montalcini, Nobel prize for medicine
The Subtle Art of Bump Hunting – Part I – a discussion of some subtleties in the search for new particle signals
Save Children Burnt by Caustic Soda! – an invitation to donate to Emergency!
Gates Foundation to Chat with Bloggers About World Malaria Day – announcing a teleconference with bloggers
Dark Matter: a Critical Assessment of Recent Cosmic Ray Signals – a summary of Marco Cirelli’s illuminating talk at NeuTel 2009
A Fascinating New Higgs Boson Search by the DZERO Experiment – a discussion on a search for tth events recently published by the Tevatron experiment
A Banner Worth a Thousand Words – a comment on my new banner
Confirmed for WCSJ 2009 – my first post on the new site