Friday, April 29, 2005
4:00 PM
Physics Building, Room 204
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"In Search of New Physics: The Clues From Charm"

Marina Artuso , Syracuse
[Host: Brad Cox]
The study of the interactions between the fundamental building blocks of matter is a critical component of our understanding of the history of the universe and its dynamics. My talk will describe how our experimental study of charm quark decays may test key features of our present understanding of these interactions, and, possibly, open a window towards new physics. The experimental data discussed are taken at the CESR electron-positron collider.

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