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Large Hadron Collider Experiments

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  • Unraveling the God particle: Caltech looks beyond Higgs boson

    Unraveling the God particle: Caltech looks beyond Higgs boson
    Caltech researchers tackle many projects that can change lives, from curing chronic diseases to producing artificial fuels that might curtail the need to drill for petroleum. But professors at the institute say a major new discovery announced this week...
  • From Nepal to Jlab: one scientist's journey

    Jefferson Lab in Newport News can, at times, feel like a United Nations meeting — scientists from Italy, Chile, Japan and dozens more countries frequent the nuclear physics research center. Pashupati Dhakal stands out among the international crowd....
  • Super telescope will search for secrets of the universe

    Super telescope will search for secrets of the universe
    It's been billed as an astronomical equivalent of the Large Hadron Collider, offering new insights into the formation of the universe and so powerful that it might even detect alien life. The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) is an international effort to...
  • Faster than light? Research will benefit America in ways we can't foresee

    The news from the European Institute for Particle Physics is that Albert Einstein may have been wrong ("Faster than light", Sept. 23). The speed of light may not be insurmountable, and everything we think we know about the universe may be wrong. Of...
  • Thus saith Stephen Hawking: Ain't no heaven

    Thus saith Stephen Hawking: Ain't no heaven
    Stephen Hawking, a brilliant though handicapped physicist, has a solid place in history through his discovery of black holes in interstellar space. Unfortunately, he has long since moved outside his own expertise in saying repeatedly that there is no...
  • November 2011 Program Guide

    TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1 KNOCKING ON HEAVEN'S DOOR What is the nature of physical reality from the smallest to the largest? The worlds "biggest machine" is the Large Hadron Collider built under the French-Swiss border and what physicists find there during...
  • Large Hadron Collider rewards scientists watching at Caltech

    Large Hadron Collider rewards scientists watching at Caltech
    The Large Hadron Collider near Geneva succeeded early Tuesday in smashing subatomic particles together at more than three times the highest levels previously recorded, eliciting cheers from a crowd watching at Caltech and pushing two sometimes-separate...
  • 'The Gates' by John Connolly

    'The Gates' by John Connolly
    John Connolly's YA novel "The Gates" is the perfect book for Halloween -- a laugh-out-loud funny tale about a boy who must find a way to close the gates of hell (and save humanity!) after his goofy neighbors accidentally open them during a séance,...
  • Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger's 'End. > vacuum' to premiere at UCLA's Royce Hall

    Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger's 'End. > vacuum' to premiere at UCLA's Royce Hall
    As the guitarist for hard-edged pop-rock band Incubus, Mike Einziger has headlined arenas and festivals around the world. But standing in a rehearsal room at Los Angeles Valley College in front of an assembly of trained musicians gearing up to perform his...
  • Massive Mahler with a strong pull

    The world did not end Wednesday morning after scientists near Geneva turned on the Large Hadron Collider, smashing protons onto protons at nearly the speed of light. At least I don't think a black hole was formed, as some feared could happen,...
  • 'Post Consumed' at the Center for Land Use Interpretation

    'Post Consumed' at the Center for Land Use Interpretation
    One of the best things about exhibitions at the Center for Land Use Interpretation is that they present visitors with loads of information without telling them what to think. "Post Consumed: The Landscape of Waste in Los Angeles" is vintage C.L.U.I....