1998 European School of High-Energy Physics: St. Andrews, Scotland, 23 August-3 September 1998 : Proceedings, Issue 4
Nick Ellis, J. March-Russell
CERN, European Organization for Nuclear Research, 1999 - Science - 458 pages
These proceedings contain lectures on field theory and the Standard Model, quantum chromodynamics, flavour phusics, and phusics beyond the Standard Model, as well as reports on cosmology, detection of gravitational waves, and lattice QCD. They also contain lectures on experimental techniques, the high-energy physics programme at JINR, the science behind Dolly the sheep, and malt whisky.
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