Tag Archives: CERN

LHC Explained–two different ways

Manchester University Professor Brian Cox gives a nice overview of Particle Physics dealt in LHC project. While accuracy in both science and reporting is serious business, the science itself should be fun,says Kate McAlpine’s and this is how she describes … Continue reading

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Pakistan Contribution in CERN

On Tuesday 21 July 1998, Director General Chris Llewellyn Smith unveiled the sign naming the Route Abdus Salam on the Meyrin site.Formerly the southern portion of the Route Pauli, the road passes near the site of the Gargamelle bubble chamber … Continue reading

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LHC Successful switch on

Scientists have hailed a successful switch-on for an enormous experiment which will recreate the conditions a few moments after the Big Bang. They have now fired two beams of particles called protons around the 27km-long tunnel which houses the Large … Continue reading

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LHC and Google Homepage

Hmmm guys at google are really fast and they never miss an event of international importance, here is how google page looks today.

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LHC First Beam (Big Bang Day) Today

Scientist around the world are excited and eager today as the big moment is nearing ,more than 20 years of wait is about to end and CERN is finally flipping the switch on the billion dollar Large Hadron Collider (LHC) … Continue reading

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