Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Reopened: Research for Sub-Atomic Processes

These days the Large Hadron Collider LHC in Geneva is being reactivated after its maintenance stop in December 2015.

As a consequence, the run for information about sub-atomic particles and processes has been reopened. Scientists from all over the world, engaged in the LHC project, are convinced that last year's confirmation of Higgs bosons being involved in sub-atomic processes is only a starting point. Even more remarkable results might be achieved sooner or later this year.

Here an evaluation by two scientists from CERN, the international center of nuclear research that is operating the LHC facility in Geneva:

CERN video March 2016

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