Maybe the "God particle" has undiscovered siblings. Maybe dark matter can be detected. After a two-year hiatus, physicists hope they might find the answers.
As the Large Hadron Collider gears up to resume experiments, the team at the ALICE detector has released a drone video of the facility.
This week on Crave, we have front seats to the Large Hadron Collider Opera, read books with the help of a finger-mounted camera for the sight-impaired and go back to the days of pen and paper with Rocketbook, an old-school notebook with a very modern twist. It's an all new Crave!
A notebook of the future allows you to easily backup handwritten documents and erase the contents inside with a 30-second-run in the microwave. Wait, what?
"Symmetry" tells the story of a CERN researcher who rediscovers love through the song and dance of the infinite cosmos.
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.
Have you ever wondered what the building blocks of the universe might be? Perhaps they're Lego bricks.
Timey-wimey, wibbly-wobbly: scientists reckon satellites and dead stars could hold the key to the mystery of dark matter.
The results are in! Nerds and birds are the big winners in the latest official Lego approvals with "The Big Bang Theory" and Lego Birds Project to be new official sets.