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  • n. Plural form of gluino.

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Examples

  • Scientists are using money taken from the hard work of taxpayers for research into very tiny particles including quarks, muons and gluinos.

    John McQuaid: Michele Bachmann, Quantum Physicist

  • I estimate ten or twenty gluinos and a lot of Higgs bosons will be produced in October this year (but not seen unless we are very lucky about the decay signatures).

    Live-Blogging the LHC Startup!

  • What about the more likely scenario that the LHC finds neither gluinos, squarks nor any other sparticles at all?

    String Theory is Losing the Public Debate

  • L-Train: Actually I believe Clavelli is best known for his long standing work on the physics of very light gluinos in supersymmetry.

    ‘Tis the Season for Tenure Flaps

  • Will physicists see these gluinos, photinos, squarks and winos?

    NYT > Home Page

  • According to some theories, a whole list of items that haven't been seen yet - with names like gluinos, photinos, squarks and winos - because we haven't had enough energy to create a big enough collision.

    NYT > Home Page

  • But the large cross section predicted for squarks and gluinos by SUSY theories make a signal quite at reach of the Tevatron experiments, for some values of the parameters.

    Scientific Blogging

  • We’ve given the possibilities seemingly whimsical names: Higgs, squarks, gluinos, Z-primes, Kaluza-Klein gravitons, WIMPS, axi-gluons, etc., but each one serves a purpose in our candidate theories about nature.

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