Authors: George Rajna
Researchers at LMU have built the first-ever laser-driven particle accelerator that can generate pairs of electron beams with different energies.  These measurements provide a rich source of information on the QCD processes that bind heavy quarks into hadrons. For more information about the results visit the CMS webpage.  Experiments in astrophysics and nuclear and particle physics are crucial to analyse how the universe works. 
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