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Welcome to ‘Behind the Science’, where we take a very special journey around CERN — the world' most famous physics research centre. Here you will find one of the largest collections of Nobel Prizes on the planet.
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A new chapter has opened at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research, or CERN, with a major upgrade that could reveal new secrets of the universe.
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There were celebrations on Tuesday at CERN, the European physics research centre in Geneva, as it inaugurated its new particle accelerator which will continue the work examining the universe and it’s
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The European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) do a lot more than rub particles together...they're doing the same thing with ideas!
CERN scientists' breakthrough experiment helps unravel mysteries of antimatter
It is just one small step towards understanding one of the great mysteries of the universe - why does anything exist?
Large Hadron Collider smashes energy record
Smashing particles and records: the Large Hadron Collider has reached the unprecedented energy of 13 TeV.
Large Hadron Collider opens "new chapter in physics"
Scientists at the CERN research project in Switzerland have successfully brought the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) up to its full working speed for the
Large Hadron Collider poised to reach full speed and new discoveries
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Revamped Large Hadron Collider restarts - on course to smash physics records
It could change physics forever. The revamped Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has restarted after a two-year hiatus. Described in Business Insider as a
Dark matter, dark energy: ESA and CERN set to unravel mysteries of the cosmos
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Science has rarely seduced so many. CERN’s atom smashing Large Hadron Collider has had the world transfixed and probably, for the first time in
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