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Find out how the detectors at CERN tell what particle has been created from the intense collisions.
Read how the accelerators at CERN get particles travelling close to the speed of light.
Read up on all there is to know about the LHC : how it works, the experiments taking place and all the latest from the world's biggest physics experiment..
A great interactive site all about CERN and the LHC. Explore the world's biggest particle accelerator, play games and watch videos.
News and comment on the world's most ambitious scientific experiment: the Large Hadron Collider LHC at the European laboratory for particle physics near Geneva
An introduction to the particle that everyone's looking for: the Higgs.
A page from CERN explaining how the world wide web works, giving the internet a user friendly interface.
In this interactive game, step into the shoes of particle physicists at CERN as they chase the mysterious Higgs boson with the help of the LHC..
Comprehensive presentation about antimatter at CERN, with historical facts, physics explanation, everyday uses, Q&A section and live webcasts.
Learn about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the greatest physics experiment in history. Includes an LHC experiment simulator, information and links.
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