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Friday, March 24, 2006
Physics Building, Room 204
Note special time.
[Host: P.Q. Hung]
Brookhaven National Laboratory
"Adventures at the Terascale"
Exciting opportunities are in store for particle physics over the coming
decade, with new tools and experiments poised to explore the frontiers of
high energy, the smallest distance scales, and processes of great rarity.
Einstein's dream of a unification of all forces will be tested at new
energy scales and with greater precision than ever before. The Large
Collider at CERN will begin the exploration of higher energy scales than
have been tested previously and a possible future high energy lepton
will continue our explorations.
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