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A former student from 2 years ago just stopped by to thank me for the letter of recommendation I wrote her, and for being willing to help her understand physics. She wrote me an awesome thank you, and gave me a really cool physics themed mug she made for me. Best line ever: “I now feel that I can truly do whatever I put my mind to, and hope that I can one day help others come to ...

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Now On Twitter!

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Following a highly motivating APS talk about science in popular culture by Neil deGrasse Tyson, I decided to join Twitter. I’m hoping to do ~1 tweet per week of a sciencey nature, similar to what Neil does. I don’t think I’ll reach his level of coolness, but I’ll try. Follow me at @drhray!

Disclaimer: This is not an official University of Florida twitter account, and does not discuss any official university activity.

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NSA at APS?

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It’s a bit disconcerting to have your name badge scanned for attendance in the session discussing nuclear non-proliferation.

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Bryan’s Honors Poster!

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Bryan presented a poster at the 2014 Honors College Undergraduate Research symposium.  Congratulations, Bryan!

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Joel Mousseau: Primary Author!

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Congratulations to Joel, on all of his hard work on the nuclear target ratio analysis these past several months!  His contribution made it possible to compare various theories to our Genie prediction, and gave him one of the primary authorship positions on the paper!  Go Joel!

Measurement of Ratios of $ν_μ$ Charged-Current Cross Sections on C, Fe, and Pb to CH at Neutrino Energies 2-20 GeV

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Congratulations to Joe Grange!

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Joe successfully graduated in the summer of 2013, and has taken a postdoctoral position with Argonne National Laboratory, working on the muon g-2 experiment.

Go Joe!

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