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Description of the tevatron particle accelerator and the work of Fermilab.
Useful pages about superconductors and their various applications including maglev trains, particle accelerators and MRI scanners.
A page of links to other sites, mostly about acoustics, astronomy and particle accelerators
A great interactive site all about CERN and the LHC. Explore the world's biggest particle accelerator, play games and watch videos.
A good simple page with diagrams explaining this facility, one of the largest particle accelerators ever constructed, which has now been replaced by the LHC.
Brief description of how accelerators,quarks and leptons fit together. Mainly a text site with one animation.
Particle accelerators are trying to answer some of the big questions. Here CMS, one of the detectors at the LHC, tries to explain how data they captures will help find the answers.
Home website for the JINR (Joint Institute for Nuclear Research) containing links to reference notes, reactors and accelerators in Russia.
Details of items and facilities available at Fermilab. Plus some good games about linear particle accelerators.
Anatoli Petrovich Bugorski, a Russian scientist, survived putting his head in a beam of protons. Read more about what happened to him.
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