The secrets of Quantum Mechanics. Professor Brian Cox explores one of the most baffling mysteries of 20th century physics: how particles behave. What are these particles? What do they do? And is there really a 'theory of everything'?
Unusual data bumps detected by two teams at Large Hadron Collider thought to be glimpse of elusive source of particle mass (RT @secorun: Cern scientists suspect glimpse of Higgs boson http://t.co/Tqk3BbP vía @guardian...)...
The search for Higgs Boson, physicists’ holy grail, got a boost last week, thanks to scientists spotting interesting 'anomalies' in CERN data. 2012 could well be the year of disruptive change in physics.
Site dedicated to the summer HST 2011 program for high school physics teachers at the site of the world's biggest physics experiment, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva. Updated by Peter Vogel
Teachers explore physics with expertsCanada.comWith sessions on the mystery of dark matter, special relativity, black holes, polarization and Vancouver's legendary TRIUMF, there was a lot to dream about for the dedicated pair of educators.