Millennia-old mysteries await
Watch particles zip through your living room
Forming it requires replacing atoms' electrons with more exotic sub-atomic particles.
Donate your phone's capabilities to science! Plus, if physicists use data from your phone in their paper, then you'll get credited as an author.
From New York, around Florida and up the Mississippi, all to study a subatomic particle that only lives two millionths of a second.
The most important papers to come from the world's biggest physics lab
Physicists at CERN may have caught the first whiffs of the elusive Higgs boson, researchers announced this morning, but more … Continued
Maybe not the 'toe of God' after all
A picture starts to emerge from the fog
A glimpse of "the toe of God"
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