OSU Physicists and their collaborators discover new properties of the quark-gluon plasma

August 2, 2017
Isaac Upsal

Ohio State Physicist, Michael Lisa, his students and collaborators have discovered new properties of quark-gluon plasma, a soup made of matter's fundamental building blocks - quarks and gluons.  The results of their research performed at Brookhaven National Laboratories Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider has just been published in NATURE, as the cover article.  Read more about this fascinating discovery in Inside Science, ARS Technica and the Brookhaven Newsroom.

Pictured is Isaac Upsal, OSU graduate student, advised by Professor Mike Lisa.

Congratulations to all on this groundbreaking discovery!