The Latin American collaboration in DO\

Sa´nchez-Herna´ndez, A.
August 2000
AIP Conference Proceedings;2000, Vol. 531 Issue 1, p263
Academic Journal
A short description of the impact of the Latin American collaborators in DØ is given in the paper. The DØ collaboration has become an example on how Latin American countries can participate in high energy physics.


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