A joint Fermilab/SLAC publication

A Toroidal LHC Apparatus

06/08/10

Scientists present first "bread-and-butter" results from LHC collisions

A collage of images pertaining to the LHC
06/01/10

The LHC decoded

Walk like a physicist, point by point, through three of the displays that highlight scientific and technical milestones from the Large Hadron Collider’'s first months of operation.

03/30/10

LHC research program launched with 7 TeV collisions

03/18/10

ATLAS event display - decoded!

12/24/09

ATLAS’ wonderwall

11/23/09

First particles collide in the Large Hadron Collider

10/26/09

Beam is back in the LHC

10/01/09

Grad students follow the data

Worried about getting the experimental data they need to finish their PhDs, about two dozen graduate students have left the long-delayed Large Hadron Collider for experiments at the Fermilab Tevatron. Most of them say they won't be gone for long.

09/30/09

ATLAS detector installed—in five minutes

08/01/09

Not a moment to lose at the LHC

The eyes of the world were on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN on September 10, 2008. On that day, dubbed "Big Bang Day" by the BBC, the first beams of subatomic particles zoomed around the 17-mile-long, super-cooled particle accelerator.

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