Precision measurements of low-energy processes are a key part of the nuclear science program of fundamental symmetry tests. Interpreting these measurements in terms of possible contributions from physics beyond the Standard Model requires having sufficiently reliable computations of the Standard Model predictions. The speaker will discuss recent progress in computing the Standard Model electroweak radiative corrections to neutron and nuclear beta decay and the corresponding implications for tests of first row CKM unitarity.
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