Method might shrink particle accelerators from town size to table size
It's not as scary as it sounds
To chaotically combine particles, you need a lot of space ... and a lot of power
14 acres of room for 60 beamlines, 4,000 researchers, and a lot of science
Magic to expect from the world's brightest source of x-rays
Project: Higgs Hunters Smashing particles together, contemplating the nature of space and time: in the popular imagination, few occupations evoke...
Plus a taste of crunchy crickets
Surf's up at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory in California.
CERN physicists have made a particle that likely existed for just a microsecond after the Big Bang.
The entire experiment is 500 miles long, stretching from northern Illinois nearly to Canada.
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