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Why particle physics matters

A great run down of how particle has benefited our lives.

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Beginners Guide to High Energy Physics

A basic page with links to other particle physics introductory websites.

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The Official String Theory Web Site

Introductory descriptions of particle physics, relativity, cosmology, black holes and of course string theory. So what is string theory? For that matter, what the heck are elementary particles? and ...

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The Particle World

Applet simulating particles connected by springs in a 2D world. Includes gravity/electrostatic forces between particles, air resistance and more.

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Elementary Particles

One of the primary goals in modern physics is to answer the question 'What is the Universe made of?'. This site introduces quarks and leptons, the elementary particles which make up matter.

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Hands On Cern

An online course about particle physics and CERN with discussion of the standard model and information on particle accelerators and detectors.

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Big Bang Science

Illustrated description of the UK participation in particle physics experiments at CERN, explaining the background of big bang physics.

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Nuclear Physics

Introductory page linking to many different parts of the hyperphysics site, each dealing with an aspect of nuclear or particle physics

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Are virtual particles really constantly popping in and out of existence?

Gordon Kane, director of the Michigan Center for Theoretical Physics at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor explains virtual particles.

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Max Born

Max Born (1881 - 1970) won the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1954 for his work on subatomic particles. His work on wave functions lead to the understanding that electrons should be regarded as particles.

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