Auburn University Graduate Discovers New Atomic Process First Proposed By Auburn Researcher In 2010

| January 27, 2020 @ 6:00 pm

By Maria Gebhardt
Auburn University

An Auburn University graduate with a doctorate in physics recently found evidence of a new atomic process, proving a theory that was made a decade ago by a former Auburn professor. The find has atomic physicists excited, and it could very well unlock answers to a key cosmological question about the evolution of stars and other objects in the universe.

“This find could provide us new information about where carbon, oxygen and other elements came from in our universe, which could in turn lead to giving us a better picture at how the universe is continually evolving,” said Stuart Loch, a professor in Auburn’s Department of Physics.

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