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New CERN lab to help search for dark matter

Astrophysical evidence shows that dark matter makes up about 27 per cent of the universe, but it has never been observed and studied in a laboratory.

It’s intermission for CERN’s Large Hadron Collider: Here's why

Over the next two years, during the first of a series of shutdowns, engineers will upgrade the Large Hadron collider at CERN to make its beams more intense and its instruments more sensitive and discerning.

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Top lab CERN launches key new accelerator

Europe's top physics lab CERN launched its newest particle accelerator, billed as a key step towards future experiments that could unlock the universe's greatest mysteries.

Science in 140 characters: 300 TB of collisions

Keeping that in mind, CERN has decided to release 300 TB (terabyte) of data from its Large Hadron Collider (LHC) for free use on the Internet, according to an article tweeted by theoretical physicist Sean M Carroll.

CERN makes public 300TB of data from the Large Hadron Collider

CERN has released 300TB of research data from CMS Detector of LHC online for free

After two years, Cern restarts Large Hadron Collider

After being closed for more than two years for upgrade CERN on Sunday restarted the Large Hadron Collider.

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The Ghost Particle

Neutrinos are everywhere. But that’s just what makes them difficult to detect.

A Higgs Boson physicist moves on

The Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment, among others, has helped CERN become a leader in particle physics.

'Mother' of Higgs boson found

The Higgs field is credited with giving other particles mass by slowing their movement.

World wide who?

It’s turned 25, but the Web is yet to discover itself

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