Explore the tunnels and control rooms of the world's biggest particle collider from the comfort of your own home using Google Street View.
Google's first-person tour takes you inside the LHC, to the beating heart of CERN's experiments.
A physicist is gathering supporters for an ATLAS experiment Lego mini model that could put a piece of the Large Hadron Collider in the hands of Lego fans everywhere.
In a preface to a new book, the famed physicist fears the Higgs Boson becoming unstable and causing a "catastrophic vacuum decay." But how likely is that really?
Marvel's intergalactic misfits hit the big screen this summer, but they're blasting off into shops now in three Lego sets.
Made by a PhD student and set in CERN, Switzerland, Decay is a full length zombie film that you can download for free.
A clever Google Maps hack overlays Street View with vines, trees, grass, and other vegetation for an altered view of reality.
Lego is turning an incredible fan-built Ghostbusters set into reality for the film's spook-tacular 30th anniversary.
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.
Hitting shops on January 1, the miniature block version of the fearless rover comes with 6-wheel suspension, a robotic arm, and even tiny plastic Martian rocks.