It's time to hone your powers in earnest, Padawan. The home of the Large Hadron Collider claims to have confirmed the power of the Force.
"Symmetry" tells the story of a CERN researcher who rediscovers love through the song and dance of the infinite cosmos.
Flippaper isn't your average pinball cabinet; instead of playing a predesigned game, you'll use four markers to map out your table, and the machine scans the design and makes it playable.
A pinball machine that requires you to draw the field of play using colorful markers; also, CERN researchers create an inexpensive cosmic ray detector built for mass observation.
After some practice runs, the particle collider at CERN is getting ready to deliver physics data Wednesday for the first time in 27 months.
The home of the Large Hadron Collider is also currently home -- at least on Google Street View -- to several hidden Legos. Find them and serious geek bragging rights are yours.
A new museum exhibit in London recounts the search for the so-called "God particle," one of the seminal theoretical breakthroughs of the last century.
An animated Whyntie takes a look into the Big Bang theory and how cosmologists and particle physicists explain the universe.
Researchers can't say for certain that a particle they discovered is the so-called "God particle," but the information they have "strongly indicates" it is.
Rovio, the nice Angry Birds maker and CERN, the very nice people who house the Large Hadron Collider, get together to enhance your gaming experience. Why?