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The BaBar detector was built at SLAC to study the millions of B mesons produced by the PEP-II storage ring. The BaBar Collaboration consists of approximately 600 physicists and engineers from 75 institutions in 13 countries.



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New! BaBar Collaboration Meeting: December 9-11, 2014 at SLAC.
  BABAR Data in Tension with the Standard Model;  paper: arXiv:1205.5442, published as Phys. Rev. Lett. 109, 101802 (2012)
  Physics Of  B-Factories Book Project
  Babar NIM Paper Update Project Home Page, published as NIMA 729, 615-701, 2013, arXiv:1305.3560
  The 2008 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to Kobayashi, Maskawa, and Nambu for their work on symmetry breaking and CP violation. Understanding the origins of CP violation is one of the primary goals of the experimental programs of both the BaBar and Belle experiments, which were mentioned by name in the Nobel press release. The BaBar Collaboration has prepared a statement explaining the meaning and importance of this work. [Poster Link]
See also related articles at:  SLAC Today   Nature   Science   Symmetry Magazine    Videos of the Nobel lectures are also available. See Kobayashi, Maskawa, and Nambu.
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