Postcards from the High Energy Frontier

The Fermilab Tevatron collider is the world's highest energy particle accelerator. I will report on some of the latest results from the D0 experiment (; D0 is one of two large detectors observing particle collisions at the Tevatron. After a somewhat slow start, the collider is now delivering large amounts of data to the experiments, and we are exploring new territory in terms of possible discoveries. I will outline some of D0's new results and prospects, and explain how our experiments at the Tevatron relate to some big questions about the cosmos --- like the nature of dark matter and whether we can measure the structure of space-time.
hep group
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