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UA Physicist to Deliver Blitzer Award Lecture:  The Higgs Boson and Beyond

UA Physicist to Deliver Blitzer Award Lecture: The Higgs Boson and Beyond

Ken Johns is the recipient of this year's Professor Leon and Pauline Blitzer Award for Excellence in the Teaching of Physics and Related Sciences. He will give a public lecture on "The Higgs Boson and Beyond" on Tuesday, March 11 at 4 p.m. in Room N210 of the UA Steward Observatory.
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Mathematical Model Developed by UA Physicists Could Help Treat Lyme Disease

Mathematical Model Developed by UA Physicists Could Help Treat Lyme Disease

A computer simulation of Lyme disease rash reveals how the bacteria and the immune cell populations change over the course of the infection. The model might help doctors better predict the spread of the bacteria in the early stages when antibiotics are most effective. (Photo: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
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