CERN’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is now back online after a major two years overhaul and refit.
CERN,s Large Hadron Collider, that confirmed last year the Higgs boson – God particle, set to restart in March, will become faster, stronger.
Physicists have just confirm the existence of exotic hadrons, a type of matter that cannot be classified within the traditional quark model. Image ©
Back in 1993, when CERN, the official inventor of the World Wide Web, announced that the internet be made available for use by anyone royalty-free. Visualization
Google Street View takes you inside CERN, offering a detailed glimpse inside the facilities of the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland.
Sometimes science is amazingly awesome and makes you think how these images could possibly be real. Photomultiplier tubes inside the Daya Bay neutrino detector, in
A visit inside the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The 17 mile long particle accelerator has now been shut down for two years while it
In this video CERN physicist Tom Whyntie explains ‘how did the universe begin and how is it expanding.’ He shows how cosmologists and particle physicists
CERN goes into its first long shutdown, after last year’s great success, and it’s time open up the CMS particle detector and get inside for
CERN’s Large Hadron Collider stops for two years of maintenance and tune-ups, after three-year running period with major advances in physics, including the discovery of