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What Are Pentaquarks and Why Are They So Rare?

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In 2015, researchers at the Large Hadron Collider found data suggesting the existence of super-rare, super-elusive particles called pentaquarks. Tara Shears explains how our investigation into these particles has the potential to revolutionise our lives in every aspect.
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Tara Shears is Professor of Physics at the University of Liverpool. She is an experimental particle physicist, and focuses on testing the Standard Model at the high energy frontier with the LHCb experiment at CERNs Large Hadron Collider.

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