Physics and Math

Kent State University researchers are co-leaders of an international team that discovered antihelium-4, the most massive antinucleus known to date. Discover magazine recently compiled a list of the top 100 science stories for 2011, and it ranked the antihelium-4 discovery as the number three story under physics and math, and as the number 20 story under all areas of science. In April 2011, the STAR collaboration’s peer-reviewed findings were published online by the journal Nature, the world's most highly-cited interdisciplinary science journal. The international team ...