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LCHSCIPPers, Abraham Seiden, Howard Haber, Jason Nielsen, and Stefano Profumo
quoted in Santa Cruz Sentinel News and San Jose Mercury News articles regarding the re-start of the LHC.
SCIPPLogoSCIPP Reunion and 35th Anniversary Celebration,
April 24-April 25, 2015.
Registration Deadline extended through April 12!

SCIPP Public Lecture on Particle Physics and Cosmology: Saturday April 25!
HAWC HAWC to be inaugurated this week! U.S., Mexico to inaugurate facility to detect gamma rays, probe universe's most energetic phenomena!
LCH LHC to be turned on this month! UCSC News just posted a nice write-up about our SCIPP Physicists and their anticipation of new discoveries with the restart of the Large Hadron Collider! SCIPP Members have been at the forefront of U.S. participation in the LHC and contributed to a major upgrade of the ATLAS detector.
Higgs_collab March 6, 2015: Higgs boson a la carte? Check out the article in Fermilab Today that reports on Professor Howard Haber's recent paper with Marcela Carena, Ian Low, Nausheen Shah and Carlos Wagner that was published last month in Physical Review D.
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April 24-April 25, 2015, Registration now open!
LSST LSST Camera receives DOE funding approval.
NuSTAR SCIPP Member David M. Smith quoted in BBC article about NuSTAR.
Additional information about NuSTAR.
Atwood_thumb SCIPP Member William Atwood was invited to give the Manne Siegbahn Memorial Lecture in Stockholm, Sweden for his work on the Fermi-LAT Satellite program. At the lecture on October 16, 2014 he was presented with the Manne Siegbahn Medal honoring for recent break throughs and developments in experimental physics. The sponsor is the Royal Swedish Academy of Science through its Nobel Institute for Physics. Last year the award went to Joseph Incandela and Fabiola Gianotti, spokespersons for CMS and ATLAS honoring the discovery of the Higgs Boson. (Video)
Quanta_DineSCIPP Member Michael Dine is quoted in an article in Quanta magazine "At Multiverse Impasse, a New Theory of Scale Mass and length may not be fundamental properties of nature, according to new ideas bubbling out of the multiverse."

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Updated: April 13, 2015