Dr. Arturo Menchaca Rocha
Doctor Menchaca
Professor Arturo Menchaca is former director of UNAM's Institute of Physics (Ifunam), the largest research center on this subject in Mexico, were he now heads the Experimental Nuclear and High Energy Physics Group. He is also a former president of the Mexican Academy of Sciences (AMC), and current member of Mexico's Presidential Science Council (CCC), of the ALICE - CERN experiment, and of AMS, a cosmic-ray experiment placed on board of the International Space Station (ISS) to search for antimatter and dark matter in the Universe. His main research projects include understanding the production of nuclei and antinuclei in both experiments, as well as the use of cosmic radiation for the search of hidden chambers on the pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan Mexico.
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