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03/31/15

LHC restart back on track

The Large Hadron Collider has overcome a technical hurdle and could restart as early as next week.

03/31/15
The Sydney Morning Herald

Dark matter is even stranger than previously thought, a new study published in Science suggests.

03/29/15
The Independent

Movies have youngsters grabbing their lab coats and heading for science lessons.

03/28/15
BBC

What is the value of fundamental research?

The deconstructed Standard Model equation

07/28/16

The Standard Model is far more than elementary particles arranged in a table.

10/01/11

A physicist in the cancer lab

Nicole Ackerman thought she would always be a particle physicist—until a newfound interest in biology drew her toward medical imaging.

10/01/11

A smashin' good taste

What beverage could capture the essence of a high-energy subatomic particle collision? It would require specific elements: rareness, a blend of flavors, a twist on technology.

10/01/11

Now playing: Reality. In 3D

Could your life be a 3D movie? A new Fermilab experiment aims to put on the special glasses and find out.

10/01/11

Lego Belle II

Particle detectors help physicists study the fundamental building blocks of matter. Now building blocks can help people study detectors.

10/01/11

NOvA construction

Close to the Canadian border, near an area known as the Boundary Waters, scientists are building an experiment to discover how neutrino masses stack up.

10/01/11

A deck of particles

Want to play with subatomic particles? You could go to work at Brookhaven National Laboratory's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, RHIC—or you could play a new card game.

10/01/11

Neutrino experiments

Neutrinos zip straight through the Earth, while rarely leaving a trace. Yet these particles may hold answers to many of the key questions of 21st century particle physics.

10/01/11

Old detectors never die

Although BaBar completed its experimental run in 2008, it's not bound for the graveyard.