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The Large Hadron Collider - New Scientist

The Large Hadron Collider - New Scientist

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The Large Hadron Collider - New ScientistSUBSCRIBE TO NEW SCIENTIST Select a country United Kingdom USA Canada Australia New Zealand OtherLoginUsernamePasswordRemember meYour login is case sensitiveForgotten your password?Subscriber? Register now!Subscribe nowInstitutional SubscribersAthens logincloseHomeNewsIn-Depth ArticlesBlogsOpinionVideoGalleriesTopic GuidesLastWordE-NewsletterSubscribeLook for ScienceJobsSPACETECHENVIRONMENTHEALTHLIFEPHYSICS&MATHSCIENCE IN SOCIETYThe Large HadronColliderGET STARTEDIntroduction: The Large Hadron ColliderThe LHC is the world's biggest ever physics experiment, and by studyingconditions close to those just after the big bang, it could solve some ofscience's deepest mysteriesLATEST ARTICLESMuon whose army? A tiny particle's big moment10:42 26 May 2010 5 commentsWill the misbehaving muon smash a gaping hole in the bastion of particlephysics? Tantalising results suggest it has numbers on its sideDecaying beautyspied for first time by LHC16:50 23 April 2010 5 commentsA fleeting "beauty" particle has been spotted in the Large Hadron Collider'sexperiment to investigate the case of the universe's missing antimatterFirstblood to Atlas at the Large Hadron Collider15:56 14 April 2010The massive detector has beaten a rival instrument to the LHC's first sightingof W boson particles, a milestone on the road to fresh discoveriesCERN on trial: could a lawsuit shut the LHC down?08:00 23 February 2010 229 commentsThe possibility of the Large Hadron Collider destroying the Earth could yet bedebated in court. What would happen next, wonders Eric E. JohnsonWhat the LHCcould find at half-power18:22 09 February 2010 43 commentsNext week engineers will begin preparing the machine to run at half its maximumenergy â
so what can a half-power collider find?2010 preview: Will a neutralinosteal Higgs's thunder?12:00 26 December 2009 31 commentsThe Large Hadron Collider is primed to reveal the origin of mass â
but anunexpected particle could grab the newsClearest sign yet of dark matter detected 12:28 18 December 2009 54 commentsAn experiment in a Minnesota mine has seen a tantalising glimpse of dark matter, the stuff thought to make up most of the universe's massHiggs in space: Orbiting telescope could beat the LHC
12:13 14 December 2009 51 commentsThe FERMI space telescope could beat the Large Hadron Collider to the firstevidence of the Higgs boson, the particle thought to give others massPhysicistsrace to publish first results from LHC21:07 04 December 2009 98 commentsResearchers working on ALICE, one of six experiments at the Large HadronCollider, have pipped their rivals to the post in writing up results from theaccelerator's first proton collisionsLHC becomes most powerful accelerator ofall time15:04 30 November 2009 37 commentsLast night the rebooted Large Hadron Collider gave a beam of protons the mostenergy of any particle accelerator everRSSINTERVIEWThe man behind the 'God particle'Peter Higgs is almost as elusive as the particle named after him, but as thelatest, $9-billion search for the Higgs boson gets underway, New Scientist asksthis unassuming physicist how he will feel when he is finally proved right - orwrongBLOG Record LHC collisions mark new era for physicsEngineers at the Large Hadron Collider have smashed together beams at 7teraelectronvolts â
the start of the physics programme, says RichardFisherADVERTISEMENTSHORT SHARP SCIENCE BLOGWhy the world WON'T end on September 10Valerie Jamieson explains why the Large Hadron Collider will not destroy theworldCOMMENT AND ANALYSIS LHC scare stories were good for scienceStories that the LHC would destroy the Earth were ridiculous, but they may havedone more for physics than you think, says Valerie JamiesonEXTERNAL LINKSCERNLarge Hadron ColliderFermilabLarge Electron Positron ColliderESSAY How do we know the LHC really is safe?Theory says the Earth is secure from black holes created by the Large HadronCollider â
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