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‘Behind the Science’ brings you to discover CERN, where thousands of scientists keep on working day and night to study the extremely small (particles) in order to understand the extremely large (universe).
Follow us behind the scenes at CERN — "Behind the Science" takes you inside one of the most famous physics research centres in the world, where thousands of scientists work day and night to unlock the secrets of our universe.
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.
Euronews has spoken to Euclid project scientist René Laureijs and CERN particle physicist Caterina Doglioni to find out why dark matter is it so hard to get a glimpse of dark matter.
Studying the infinitely small in order to understand the infinitely big – that’s the goal of researchers at CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) in…
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
The European Council for Nuclear Research (CERN) do a lot more than rub particles together...they're doing the same thing with ideas!
It is just one small step towards understanding one of the great mysteries of the universe - why does anything exist?
They have been waiting for this moment for 27-months it is a breathless, anxious wait as scientists scan screens searching for the smallest of
There was jubilation among scientists at Europe’s physics research centre CERN as efforts to unlock the mysteries of the universe resumed. The Large
It could change physics forever. The revamped Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has restarted after a two-year hiatus. Described in Business Insider as a
When it comes to the origins of the universe, there’s one idea that really captures our imagination: everything, even time itself, started with the
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