Higgs Boson

“Cern always strives to carry out its scientific mission in a peaceful and inclusive environment.”
The Higgs Boson particle - that so-called 'God Particle' (sigh) which gives other particles mass - was predicted by Professor
A second motorist flashes me, then a third, this time with eye-melting LED headlights that emit more light than a nuclear explosion. In a state of high anxiety, overwhelmed by the mind-altering pain of the retinal burn, I consider the following possibilities...
Stephen Hawking has made a rather worrying statement. One involving the end of literally everything. And when someone like
Last weekend we went to Collider at the Science Museum, the exhibition about CERN, the LHC and the discovery of the Higgs Boson. It is £10 for an adult, gets drastically undermined by its introductory film - and I don't think I've ever been so disappointed coming out of a major exhibition.
God particle scientist Professor Peter Higgs, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics last year, has admitted that he
The Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Switzerland is big. Really big. Like, 27 kilometres around and you could drive a bus
The universe might be about to collapse, scientists have announced. It has long been predicted that the universe, which has
In its exciting and bold new exhibition on the Large Hadron Collider, the Science Museum scores a spectacular success in making the world's most famous scientific experiment fascinating and understandable.
I believe it's fair to say that nobody begrudges Professor Peter Higgs the Nobel Prize in Physics - which he was awarded jointly with François Englert - for the discovery of the Higgs boson, the "God Particle".