Challenging our understanding of the nuclear size
Molecular experiments hope to reveal new physics
Detecting short-lived radium fluoride can explore standard model’s limits. Even though radioactive radium fluoride molecules can exist for just a few days, scientists have made them and found that they could extend our fundamental understanding of physics.
Science clubs for children
Our group participates actively in Science Clubs International. Sharing our love for science with vulnerable children from developing countries is one of the best tools to motivate future scientists and create social impact.
Ronald Fernando Garcia Ruiz was awarded the PhD Thesis prize 2018 from the European Physical Society. The prizes are assigned every three years and aim to recognize the excellence of recent PhD theses in experimental, theoretical or applied nuclear physics.