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Research on Muons?

  1. Nov 22, 2004 #1
    I wasn't sure where to post this thread as there are no specific "Project" forums.

    I am participating in my high school's Intel program, which is basically a three-year research project on an original experiment. You have to present your findings at the end of senior year for a chance to earn a scholarship.

    My school happens to have a muon detector. I am also planning to participate in my local museum's summer program, which would allow me to use computer equipment associated with astrophysics.

    Any ideas at all? What can I experiment on using neutrons (that has never been done before)?

    Thank you for all feedback,

    - Alisa
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  3. Nov 22, 2004 #2
    Oops I totally missed the right forum - I was going to post it in Homework Help, but I guess I clicked the wrong link. Sorry guys, who do I ask to move it?
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