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The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world's largest and highest-energy particle accelerator. It is expected to address some of the most...
String Theory DemystifiedDavid McMahonMcGraw-Hill ProfessionalAugust 21, 2008UNRAVEL the mystery of STRING THEORY Trying to understand string...
The European particle accelerator takes an important step in the second phase of its hunt for more Higgs bosons, dark matter and other mysteries of the universe.
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.
The prestigious award goes to Francois Englert and Peter Higgs, who a half-century ago independently proposed what became the Higgs boson, discovered in 2012.
Caltech's Mark Wise on why researchers are on the chase for this elusive subatomic particle.
The Large Hadron Collider detected events that could pin down the mass of the elusive subatomic particle, but there's still plenty of uncertainty.
Rumors are flying about an update tomorrow on the search for the long-sought Higgs boson at Europe's Large Hadron Collider.
Squeezing more bunches of protons onto the particle accelerator's beams increases the data-gathering rate--and the odds the Higgs boson will turn up at CERN.
The Large Hadron Collider particle accelerator has moved rapidly from tentative operation to scientific results, researchers say at a Paris conference.
With the Large Hadron Collider experiments under way, physicists are getting new data to anchor their theories.
We interview one of the physicists looking for the Higgs boson at CERN. He talks to us about what it's like working at the geekiest place on Earth -- stand by for science!