- n any elementary particle that interacts strongly with other particles
- The large hadron collider will be only 40% as powerful as the SSC, but has a good chance of doing comparable science.
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- Smash Lego atoms with a Large Hadron Collider model
This ATLAS mini model is gathering votes. (Credit: Sascha Mehlhase) Unfortunately, the Large Hadron Collider is too big to bring home and put on display in your living room. Scientist Sascha Mehlhase created a 4,500-piece Lego model of the collider back in 2011 at a cost of about $2,700. That was also too big for most people. Now, he has created a smaller model of the ATLAS experiment , a ...
June 18, 2013 - CNET
- Visualized: this is where the Higgs Boson was discovered
It's not everyday you get to tour CERN , the international particle physics research facility that spans the border of both France and Switzerland. It's even more rare to go down into the sprawling facility's tunnels to see an inactive and under repair Large Hadron Collider -- currently, the world's most powerful particle accelerator. But that's just what we did this past week, as we spent some ...
June 18, 2013 - Engadget
- CERN replaces proprietary video conferencing system with Vidyo
Tim Smith has some of the best IT end users in the world: the physicists who do research at CERN, which runs the particle physics lab that is home to the Large Hadron Collider, because they need little instruction when it comes to new technology.
June 14, 2013 - TechWorld
- Stephen Hawking in Sydney Morning Herald
The world will not come to an end,Stephen Hawking, the Lucasian professor of mathematics at Cambridge University, told the Telegraph in London. "The Large Hadron Collider is feeble compared with what goes on in the universe."
- John Gribbin in Baltimore Sun
This is one of my older and lesser known books - a guide to new physics for non-scientists. I can only guess that Tiger has been interested in the various stories about the Large Hadron Collider, and wanted to learn more,Dr. Gribbin told the...
- Doris Lessing in Los Angeles Times
What I would like to be writing,Lessing wrote in 1983, "is the story of the Red and White Dwarves and their Remembering Mirror, their space rocket (powered by anti-gravity), their attendant entities Hadron, Gluon, Pion, Lepton, and Muon,...