R-PLEN3 Plenary Session | Session plénière - Eric Cornell, Univ. of Colorado
- Gerald Gwinner (U. Manitoba)
How can you learn about the early moments of the universe? How can you discover evidence for new sub-atomic particles? We usually think of ever-more exotic telescopes, or of ever-larger particle accelerators. I will talk about the third leg of the stool: precision measurement. We will see that the humble two-atom molecule should be thought of as an ultrahigh-electric-field laboratory.