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Scientists Achieve Most Precise Measure To Date Of W Boson Mass

A Texas A&M physicist serves as co-spokesperson for the CDF collaboration at the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, where scientists made the finding.
By Shana Hutchins, Texas A&M University College of Science April 8, 2022

atron collider at Fermilab used to estimate the mass of the W boson.
The Collider Detector at Fermilab recorded high-energy particle collisions produced by the Tevatron collider from 1985 to 2011. About 400 scientists at 54 institutions across 23 countries are still analyzing the wealth of data collected by the experiment.


This article by Shana Hutchins originally appeared on the College of Science website.

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