What the Muon g-2 results mean for how we understand the universe

Experiment opens up field for new physics, say Fermilab, UChicago scientistsThe news that muons have a little extra wiggle in their step sent word buzzing around the world this spring. The Muon g-2 experiment hosted at Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced April 7 that they had measured a particle called a muon behaving slightly differently than predicted in their giant accelerator. It was the first unexpected news in particle physics in years. Read more here






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