Stephen Hawking’s Final Paper Published
Stephen Hawking’s final paper has been published by the Journal of High Energy Physics. “A Smooth Exit from Eternal Inflation?”, written with Thomas Hertog of the University of Leuven in Belgium, explores whether an “infinite fractal-like multiverse” was created by the cosmic inflation just after the Big Bang.
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This book by Fermilab author John Campbell, with Joey Huston and Frank Krauss, is written as an advanced primer for physics at the LHC. It provides a pedagogical guide for the calculation of QCD and Standard Model predictions, using state-of-the-art theoretical frameworks. The predictions are compared to both the legacy data from the Tevatron, and the data obtained thus far from the LHC, with intuitive connections between data and theory supplied where possible.
This book aims to give a broad organizational and strategic understanding of the nature of Big Science by analyzing the ATLAS Collaboration. It examines how, in the face of high levels of uncertainty and risk, ambitious scientific aims can be achieved by complex organizational networks characterized by cultural diversity, informality, and trust — and where Big Science can head next.
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