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Large Hadron Collider

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By Pallab Ghosh
April 7, 2021
BBC News
Physicists may have just made a major breakthrough in our understanding of the Universe.
The Associated Press
April 7, 2021
CTVNews
Preliminary results from two experiments suggest something could be wrong with the basic way physicists think the universe works, a prospect that has the field of particle physics both baffled and thrilled.
Dennis Overbye
April 7, 2021
www.nytimes.com
It's not the next Higgs boson -- yet. But the best explanation, physicists say, involves forms of matter and energy not currently known to science.
SETH BORENSTEIN AP Science Writer
April 7, 2021
ABC News
Results from two experiments in the United States and Europe are shaking the world of particle physics
By SETH BORENSTEIN
April 7, 2021
AP NEWS
Preliminary results from two experiments suggest something could be wrong with the basic way physicists think the universe works, a prospect that has the field of particle physics both baffled and...
March 24, 2021
New Scientist
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Michael Marshall
March 24, 2021
New Scientist
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Krista Charles
March 24, 2021
New Scientist
People working on mining sites in the Eastern Alps during the Bronze Age had cooked, bread-based meals delivered to them during the day
Richard Webb
March 24, 2021
New Scientist
The LHCb experiment at the Large Hadron Collider has seen "tantalising hints" of physics beyond our standard understanding of the universe, but will the results stand up?
Daniel Henryk Rasolt
March 24, 2021
New Scientist
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AFP
March 24, 2021
CTVNews
Scientists believe they may have discovered a 'brand-new force of nature' at CERN's Large Hadron Collider that could explain why certain atomic particles behave unexpectedly and may transform our understanding the rudiments of physics.
Lars Eklund
December 21, 2020
phys.org
It's one of the greatest puzzles in physics. All the particles that make up the matter around us, such electrons and protons, have antimatter versions which are nearly identical, but with mirrored properties such as the opposite electric charge. When an antimatter and a matter particle meet, they annihilate in a flash of energy.
Kris Holt
December 11, 2020
Engadget
It's almost impossible for the organization to release raw datasets, however.
Dennis Overbye
November 23, 2020
www.nytimes.com
It might be possible, physicists say, but not anytime soon. And there's no guarantee that we humans will understand the result.
Science X staff
November 20, 2020
phys.org
A team of researchers at the University of Chicago recently embarked on the search of a lifetime--or rather, a search for the lifetime of long-lived supersymmetric particles.
By Ryan Morrison For Mailonline
July 1, 2020
Mail Online
A team from the University of Manchester said the discovery involved sifting through datasets from the first and second collider runs - between 2009 and 2018.
Hannah Devlin Science correspondent
June 19, 2020
the Guardian
Cern poised to back plan for €20bn successor to Large Hadron Collider | Cern | The Guardian
Dan Hooper
December 6, 2019
Time
The failed hunt for elusive dark matter means that we may have to rethink our hypotheses about how the universe works.
Patrick J. Kiger
October 16, 2019
HowStuffWorks
Protons and neutrons, the particles that form the nuclei of atoms, are themselves made up of even smaller particles known as quarks.
Tim Childers, Live Science
September 25, 2019
NBC News
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider say they are on the verge of finding a mysterious form of matter predicted from Einstein's theory of special relativity.
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