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- Three IU Bloomington undergraduates named Goldwater Scholars
- Research led by Indiana University physicist Daria Zieminska has resulted in the first detection of a new form of elementary particle: the "four-flavored" tetraquark. More information here.
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- Jinfeng Liao, Indiana University, "More Is Different: This Time for QCD"
Wed, Aug 31, 4:00 pm
- David Huse, Princeton University, "Many-body Anderson localization and quantum thermalization"
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