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Extreme energy efficiency, hot astrophysics, nuclear medicine and more at the 2014 APS April Meeting
Date:4/5/2014

meter that reflects the expansion of the universe. Andreu Font-Ribera (Lawrence Berkeley National Lab) will present the latest data from the BOSS collaboration, including a measurement of the expansion of the early universe that is more precise than any other measured, exceeding even modern measures of our current Hubble parameter. The results allow researchers to study the geometry of the universe when it was only a fourth its current age. Combined with other cosmological experiments, BOSS helps researchers to learn about about dark energy and put tight constraints on the flatness of the universe.

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PHYSICS RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Monday, April 7, 2:00 p.m.

Advances in technology are crucial to maintaining and advancing the standard living in the US and around the world. In many cases, the most significant advances have their roots in fundamental physics research and the seminal innovations that they produce. Pushpalatha Bhat (Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory) will lead a panel discussion featuring leaders in physics research and innovation discussing recent successes and future promises of a variety of scientific and technical fields. Eric Fossum (Dartmouth College) will focus on the invention, development and commercialization of the CMOS image sensor technology, Hasan Padamsee (Cornell University) will discuss superconducting radio frequency technology and the different fields crucial for achieving future breakthroughs, and Nathaniel Fisch (Princeton University) address the long-anticipated boon that will result from energy generation through nuclear fusion.

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