China plans to build a superior collider
We know dark matter exists, but now comes the hard part: figuring out what exactly it is
Watch particles zip through your living room
To chaotically combine particles, you need a lot of space ... and a lot of power
All aboard the fiber-optic express
There are two ways to go about testing this, neither of which are practical. One requires the energy of dozens...
A tiny drop could have big implications for our understanding of particle collisions.
Its significance, though, awaits further investigation.
It will be a disaster for the U.S. physics community, say scientists.
After the Higgs boson, what new discoveries will we make?
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