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16 Apr | Andre Tinoco Mendes | Collaboration
A new year with new energy and new luminosities: 2012 holds the promise to close the question on the existence (or absence) of a Standard Model Higgs boson. Besides the obvious challenges posed by the LHC restart at a higher energy and a much...
11 Apr | Achintya Rao | External news (e.g. BBC)
The Large Hadron Collider has woken from its winter slumber with a bang. Just after midnight local time on 5 April, the world's most powerful particle accelerator, based near Geneva, Switzerland, shattered its own world record by smashing protons...
11 Apr | Achintya Rao | External news (e.g. BBC)
THE world's largest particle collider notched up a new record yesterday as it escalated its quest to explore the origins of the Universe.
11 Apr | Achintya Rao | External news (e.g. BBC)
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is operating again after its winter break.
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05 Apr | Maria Chamizo Llatas | Collaboration
CMS has just recorded the first collisions with stable beams at a world-record collision energy of 8 TeV[1]. CMS took good quality data with all sub-detectors working well. The LHC fill lasted for 1h34min and the "pile-up" at the beginning of the...
14 Feb | Achintya Rao | External news (e.g. BBC)
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will increase the energies of the bunches of subatomic particles called protons that it smashes together.
13 Feb | Achintya Rao | External news (e.g. BBC)
Today, operators of the world’s most powerful particle accelerator announced their plan for the 2012 run. The new schedule calls for the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), located near Geneva, Switzerland, to run at a collision energy of 8 tera-electron...