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Google Street View goes underground at LHC

A virtual tour of the Large Hadron Collider and the ATLAS, CMS, LHCb and ALICE experiments is now available on Google Street View.

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Scientists expand search for light dark matter

Physicists on the CDMS experiment have devised a better way to search for a particle that, if it exists, will revolutionize our ideas about dark matter.

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Just how weak is the weak force?

Using a unique technique, the Q-weak collaboration has found the value of the weak force to be in agreement with theory—so far.

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Upgraded Fermilab neutrino beam back in business

After more than a year of improvements, Fermilab's accelerator complex has begun sending neutrinos to experiments at the lab and in Minnesota.

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The Dark Energy Survey begins

Over the next five years, scientists will capture some of the grandest images of the cosmos ever seen and use them to probe the mystery of dark energy.

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Japan selects candidate site for linear collider

A site evaluation committee has recommended a location for the proposed International Linear Collider, if it is built in Japan.

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Daya Bay furthers neutrino knowledge

A new Daya Bay result advances our understanding of neutrinos by precisely measuring their oscillation behavior at different energies.

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Antimatter experiment seeks help from the crowd

After a successful trial run, a CERN antimatter experiment plans to use crowdsourcing to analyze its data.

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Physicists chart path forward

Through the “Snowmass” process, particle physicists discussed the field’s biggest unanswered questions and thoroughly analyzed the tools needed to answer them.

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Scientists look to next decades in US particle physics

From the output of the "Snowmass" meeting, US particle physicists will chart a path to answering some of science’s most intriguing questions.