TRIGA User Facility: Test measurements with cryostat for tSPECT experiment. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
TRIGA User Facility: Test measurements with cryostat for tSPECT experiment. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
RA D: Theoretical concepts & mathematical foundations - analyses of simulation data. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
RA D: Theoretical concepts & mathematical foundations - analyses of simulation data. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
Detector development for upgrade of the ATLAS experiment at CERN. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
Detector development for upgrade of the ATLAS experiment at CERN. | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/JGU
Newly created discussion area of the MITP guest and seminar center. | ©: MITP/JGU
Newly created discussion area of the MITP guest and seminar center. | ©: MITP/JGU
Detector construction - NA62 Lab Mainz | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/PRISMA - JGU Mainz
Detector construction - NA62 Lab Mainz | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/PRISMA - JGU Mainz
PRISMA Detector Lab - discussing a scintillator prototype with surface mount device (SMD) silicon photomultiplier | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/PRISMA - JGU Mainz
PRISMA Detector Lab - discussing a scintillator prototype with surface mount device (SMD) silicon photomultiplier | Photo/©: Eric Lichtenscheidt/PRISMA - JGU Mainz
Checking a neural system for the recording of particle detector data | Photo/©: Thomas Hartmann/JGU
Checking a neural system for the recording of particle detector data | Photo/©: Thomas Hartmann/JGU

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Not everything in the universe is symmetrical

9 JANUARY 2015
Research into fundamental symmetries and a unique nationwide cooperation between Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz (JGU) and the Helmholtz Association have brought Professor Dmitry Budker to Mainz. He will be heading up the Matter Antimatter Symmetry section at the JGU-based Helmholtz Institute Mainz, which collaborates with the GSI Helmholtz Center for Heavy Ion Research in Darmstadt.
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