Large Hadron Collider

Scientists announcing the discovery of the Higgs boson particle at Cern have slightly marred the most significant scientific
As the announcement was made, the scientists present broke into thunderous, spontaneous applause The two experiments were
The Higgs Boson – or God particle – was named after Edinburgh University’s Professor Peter Higgs, who predicted it to fill
The search for the God particle is a key task for the Large Hadron Collider, which straddles the borders of France and Switzerland
The attendance of a certain Peter Higgs at the Cern progress report on the hunt for the fabled ‘God particle’ has led to
Large Hadron Collider scientists including a group from the UK believe they have detected their first new subatomic particle
Physicists at Cern, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, have announced new evidence hinting towards - although
Scientists are expected to reveal "significant progress" in the search for the so-called "God particle", but will not be
The physics of the future is being forged now. Out of the wreckage of old theories, which we knew were incomplete, will come something new. What a wonderful time to be going into science.
Large Hadron Collider researchers have shown off what may be the facility's first "new physics" outside our current understanding