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04/08/2017The Hyper-Kamiokande project is in the official road map of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

The Hyper-Kamiokande project is in the official road map of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT)

http://www.hyper-k.org/en/news/news-20170807.html

06/04/2017New RISE-H2020 project awarded: LACEGAL

LACEGAL (March 2017-Feb 2021) is a Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE) lead by the ICC at the University of Durham with participation from other 9 EU institutions (including UAM, Spain) and 6 non-EU countries (Argentina, Chile, Brasil, Colombia, Mexico, China).

Figure 1: Invariant mass of the four-lepton system in the mass range  from 70 GeV to 170 GeV. 04/04/2017New precise measurement of the Higgs boson mass presented by the CMS Collaboration

The CMS Collaboration working at the CERN Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has released its latest results on the measurement of the Higgs boson mass.

NASA / FUSE / Linette Cook 18/01/2017Un equipo internacional liderado por astrofísicos de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid descubre actividad de cometas en la estrella Φ-Leo

Un equipo internacional liderado por astrofísicos de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid descubre actividad de cometas en la estrella Φ-Leo

15/04/2016Two new H2020 projects coordinated by the Department of Theoretical Physics UAM/IFT

A new  H2020  ITN (Innovative Training Network) project named Elusives (www.elusives.eu) and a new RISE  (H2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie  Research and Innovation Staff Exchange) project named  InvisiblesPlus (www.invisiblesplus.eu) have been approved in the last months and are now fully operational.

05/04/2016Prof. Alexander Knebe ha sido entrevistado por El Pais sobre 'the missing baryon problem'

Alexander Knebe ha sido entrevistado por El Pais sobre 'the missing baryon problem'

21/06/2015Coincidiendo con la reunión científica en Madrid del proyecto Invisibles, científicos y artistas exploran en Madrid la confluencia creativa

En el marco del programa internacional Invisibles, enfocado en dos ámbitos descollantes de la investigación en física y cosmología, los neutrinos y la materia oscura, y desarrollado en el Museo Thyssen, el encuentro Miradas cruzadas: arte y ciencia, celebra sesiones y debates abiertos al público.

04/02/2015Prof. Alfredo Poves awarded as an Outstanding Referee of the American Physics Society Journals

APS acknowledges his contribution as a reviewer in its highly impact scientific journals

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