Chelsea Bartram being presented with a poster award at TAUP 2017 by Art McDonald and Takaaki Kajita.
Chelsea Bartram, a graduate student in the UNC Department of Physics and Astronomy, has received the Third Prize for her poster presented at TAUP 2017 — The XV International Conference on Topics in Astroparticle and Underground Physics. The conference was held in Sudbury, ON July 24-28 and the awards were handed out by Nobel laureates Takaaki Kajita and Art McDonald. Chelsea’s research involves searching for minuscule differences between the behavior of matter and anti-matter, specifically searching for CPT-violation in positronium decays. Her work is based at the Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory.

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