Scientists at CERN just made the first major upgrade to the world’s biggest machine.
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CERN may have discovered signs of a mysterious particle, a new “Higgs Boson” that could revolutionize physics.
Scientists at LHC are now able to recreate in the lab, the momentous time of the creation of the universe.
A scientific team proved the fundamental symmetry of nature, measuring the mass of particle and their electrical charge, with the help of the Large Hadron
The IceCube Neutrino Observatory near the South Pole, in Antarctica, has begun to detect neutrinos, nearly invisible particles of very high energy.
Physicists have just confirm the existence of exotic hadrons, a type of matter that cannot be classified within the traditional quark model. Image ©
A new study of gamma-ray light from the center of our galaxy, the Milky Way, makes the strongest case to date that some of this
Higgs Boson physicists François Englert and Peter Higgs receive on Oct. 8 the Nobel Prize in Physics, for their theory explaining how particles acquire mass,
The two physicists who first proposed the existence of the Higgs Boson, François Englert (of the former Free University of Brussels in Belgium) and Peter W. Higgs
Google Street View takes you inside CERN, offering a detailed glimpse inside the facilities of the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland.