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Physicists working with Cornell University’s CESR particle collider embark on the venerable machine’s final mission: to decipher the strong force that binds quarks to one another

01/16/2004

CESR particle collider embark on the venerable machine’s final mission: to decipher the strong force that binds quarks to one another

Purdue Physics Professors, David Miller, Ed Shibata and Ian Shipsey, post doctoral researchers Guang-Shun Huang and Victor Pavlunin, project engineer Kirk Arndt, and graduate student Batbold Sanghi are members of the twenty university 150 physicist CLEO Collaboration who operate the CLEO particle physics experiment at the Cornell Electron Storage Ring in Ithaca, New York. Professor Shipsey, and Cornell Professor David Cassel are the co-spokesmen of the CLEO Collaboration.

To learn more about the research, and the Wilson Synchrotron laboratory where it takes place, see the article that appeared in the News Focus section of the January 16, 2004 issue of Science.