UC Davis grad students Brent Follin, at left, and Zhen Pan, right, meet with physics professor Lloyd Knox. They have teamed up to glean more information about the Big Bang. They meet weekly to work on research into neutrinos and other items that physicists use to research the Big Bang, how it happened, when and why.
UC Davis grad students Brent Follin, at left, and Zhen Pan, right, meet with physics professor Lloyd Knox. They have teamed up to glean more information about the Big Bang. They meet weekly to work on research into neutrinos and other items that physicists use to research the Big Bang, how it happened, when and why. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
UC Davis grad students Brent Follin, at left, and Zhen Pan, right, meet with physics professor Lloyd Knox. They have teamed up to glean more information about the Big Bang. They meet weekly to work on research into neutrinos and other items that physicists use to research the Big Bang, how it happened, when and why. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Understanding the Big Bang? It happens on a dusty blackboard at UC Davis

September 09, 2015 5:00 PM

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