Cutting edge

Physicists that work at the cutting edge are often driven by curiosity. They strive to answer questions like ‘How big is the universe?’ or ‘What is everything made of?’ 

Although their work doesn’t always have an obvious application to everyday life, by pushing technology to the limits they are responsible for lots of useful spin-offs, from new ways of sterilising food using particle accelerators to the invention of the World Wide Web.

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Gravity Researcher

Andreas is trying to detect the tiny vibrations…

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Particle Physicist

Ben works on the T2K experiment, doing research…

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