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  • Faithful to my Homeland, the Republic of Poland
  • SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY

  • 30 January 2015

    Polish physicists take part in the most important experiments Belle/Belle-II, T2K on elementary particles in the last decade.

    The Ambassador of the Republic of Poland in Japan met with representatives of High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), and Polish scientists of the PAN Nuclear Physics Institute and the National Centre of Nuclear Research. The visit consisted of walking the KEK laboratories near Tsukuba, in which Polish scientists carry out experiments on elementary particles. The physicists presented their results of the Belle experiment, which first started in 1994. In overall, over 25 physicists, engineers and students from Poland took part in the Belle and Belle-II experiments. The collaboration between scientists centers around the search for unusual effects, inconsistent with the Standard Model, through the study of unusual processes in the heavy quark and t lepton sector. Precise measurements in this field are essential in today’s fundamental physics, complementary with the LHC measurements.

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