Large Hadron Collider

Colliders

CERN’s New Collider Design Is Four Times Larger Than the LHC

If built, the Future Circular Collider will be 10 times more powerful than the Large Hadron Collider, and could discover new types of particles.
Becky Ferreira
1.15.19
Cosmic Mysteries

Mysterious Cosmic Rays Shooting from the Ground in Antarctica Could Break Physics

NASA went searching for micro black holes in Antarctica. Instead, it detected cosmic rays shooting from the ground and some physicists think it could be evidence of a supersymmetric particle.
Daniel Oberhaus
9.28.18
physics

In Major Breakthrough, Scientists Observe Higgs Boson Decay into Bottom Quarks

After years of attempts, the particle’s most common decay pattern has finally been observed at the Large Hadron Collider.
Becky Ferreira
8.29.18
Bitcoin

The Large Bitcoin Collider Is Generating Trillions of Keys and Breaking Into Wallets

A quixotic, and slightly dubious, quest.
Jordan Pearson
4.13.17
Higgs boson

Why the Higgs Boson Found at the Large Hadron Collider Could Be an ‘Impostor’

An Iowa physicist intends to find out.
Farnia Fekri
2.7.17
Art

Mind-Boggling 3D Fractals Form an Alien Structure in This Short Video

Gaze at massive alien particle accelerator in Julius Horsthuis’s latest fractal short.
DJ Pangburn
1.26.17
physics

We Can Stop Worrying and Love the Large Hadron Collider

What happens when a beam of subatomic particles traveling at nearly the speed of light meets the flesh of the human body?
Joel Frohlich
1.17.17
Fashion

Here's How You Make High Fashion Inspired by Magnetic Fields

Fashion design has never looked so magnetic.
Becky Chung
1.2.17
robots

Watch the Robot That Patrols the Large Hadron Collider

TIM stalks the tunnels of the LHC.
Matthew Gault
11.26.16
papers

Decades-Old Collision Data Offers Tantalizing Hint of New Particle

The Large Electron-Positron collider returns to haunt the LHC.
Michael Byrne
10.22.16
video

This Is What It's Like to Be Inside the World's Largest Particle Accelerator

Take a spin.
Samantha Cole
10.6.16
physics

The Dark Cloud of High-Energy Physics

The LHC 'nightmare scenario' came and went and, here we are, still doing science.
Michael Byrne
9.4.16
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