Previously, we had demonstrated  that employing additives that we termed "sticky" (due to their strong interactions
[2, 3] with the matrix polymer) resulted in an unusual modification of the pathway to polymer crystallization.
This uncovers strong interactions
among these cells that could be important in understanding developmental and regenerative cues.
The researchers investigate strong interactions
at high energies, diffraction and shadowing phenomena, gravitation and cosmology, standard model physics, quantum chromodynamics, and quantum field theory.
The project aims to: produce a scientific, technical and practical knowledge reservoir through a combined "top-down and bottom-up" approach and the strong involvement of 45 innovative farms; foster cross-fertilization through multi-actors workshops at national and international levels, a broad and interactive participation of the "sheep community" via social networks and an interactive platform; develop an easily understandable support package of communication and learning material, web-based tools, interactive platform, designed to help both scientists and stakeholders and a strong interactions
with the EIP AGRI Service Point will guarantee long-lasting and wide accessibility of the SheepNet results.
In other words, there are strong interactions
Electroweak interactions of leptons and quarks and strong interactions
of quarks in quantum chromodynamics theory are covered, with frequent reference to recent particle accelerator results such as research on neutrinos and the Higgs boson.
Chapter 7 examines the final stage of this intricate development that led to the first formulation of QCD in the early 70s; it highlights in particular the crucial bridging role played by the gauge-theoretic understanding of gluons between the 'color' SU(3) symmetry and the inter-quark strong interactions
(hence 'chromodynamics', although the term 'color' in this context has no link with its usual meaning).
Each of the following arguments proves that strong interactions
yield extremely relativistic bound states and that the interaction part of the Hamiltonian swallows a large portion of the quarks' mass.
Breaking those strong interactions
Quantum chromodynamics is a non-Abelian gauge field theory that can describe the strong interactions
of fundamental particles, he explains, and he introduces the field to first-year graduate students, introducing gauge theory as a whole at the same time.
The reason for this phenomenon is very strong interactions
between the electrons.
6 by electrodynamics (ED) (the Maxwell's theory), quantum mechanics (QM) (formulated in the form of the Schrodinger equation disregarding the spin effects), the statistical theory of strong interactions
(SSI), and a theory denoted as SI, although not formulated yet.