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IIT-M to collaborate in research with CERN
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IIT-M to collaborate in research with CERN

IIT Madras admission was made possible by a presentation made to CMS collaboration board by Prof Prafulla Kumar Behera, associate professor of Physics, IIT Madras Chennai: The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras has added yet another ... Deccan Chronicle, 23 hours ago
IIT-M becomes first full member of CMS Hindu Business Line, 1 day ago

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Two New Sub-Atomic Particles Discovered at CERN

Science & Tech(tags: research, science, physics, particles, sub-atomic, CERN, discovery, technology, scientists ) - 10 minutes ago - Two never-before-seen particles have just been detected at CERN's Large Hadron Collider, the ...
 Care21 day ago Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) discovered two new subatomic particles during experiments using the Large Hadron Collider.  TickerTech.com2 days ago CERN finds new subatomic particles  Prague Post2 days ago CERN Scientists Finally Spot 2 Particles That Were Once Only A Prediction  Hngn.com3 days ago

CERN Scientists Find Two New Subatomic Particles Predicted By The Standard Model

CERN researchers have announced the discovery of two new particles that have only been predictions up until now. The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) may be switched off for now, but the discoveries go on as scientists continue to analyse the reams of ...
 Forbes.com2 days ago CERN scientists finds two new subatomic particles  UPI2 days ago
Sci-Tech Today

Particle discovered by CERN may not be elusive Higgs Boson

A new research has claimed that the particle found by CERN in 2013 might not be the Higgs Boson as previously thought. Physicists agree that the CERN experiments did find a new particle that had never been seen before, but according to an ...
 Siasat Daily2 weeks ago Beamline for schools competition 2015 launches today  CERN5 days ago CERN Discovery May Not Be Higgs After All  Sci-Tech Today1 week ago CERN Discovery May Not Be Higgs  Sci-Tech Today1 week ago
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Denmark Researchers Question Whether CERN Particle is Higgs Boson

A team of researchers from the University of Southern Denmarkare questioning whether the particle discovered by scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) in 2012 is the Higgs boson. The researchers doubt that CERN ...
 Auto World News1 week ago New Research Casts Doubt On Discovery Of The 'God Particle'  Business Insider1 week ago 'God Particle' Still Elusive? New Research Casts Doubt Over Discovery Of Higgs Boson  International Business Times1 week ago Cern particle may not be Higgs Boson  Asian Age1 week ago

Is the Higgs particle for real?

The particle discovered last year by the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) may not be the famous Higgs particle as has been claimed, says a study. While the researchers agree that the CERN experiments did find a new particle that ...
 NetIndia123.com1 week ago UN chief seeks more efforts for Millenium Development Goals  NetIndia123.com1 month ago UN chief urges scientific community to do more for MDGs month ago Science to invest in MDGs, SDGs - Ban  Kuwait News Agency1 month ago

Talking With Fabiola Gianotti, The New Queen Of Physics

GENEVA — With a speed that surprised everyone, theEuropean Organization for Nuclear Research ( CERN )decided to elect as its new director general Fabiola Gianotti, an iconic researcher in the world of physics and science. The final discussion ...
 Worldcrunch1 week ago Italian the first female head of CERN  IOL2 weeks ago Italian physicist will be first woman to lead CERN particle lab  Globe and Mail2 weeks ago CERN Names Fabiola Gianotti First Woman to Lead Research Center  La Repubblica2 weeks ago
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'God particle' researcher to be first female director general of CERN

BERLIN -- The renowned lab that confirmed the existence of the elusive "God particle" has selected an Italian physicist who played a key role in that research to be its new director general. The European Organization for Nuclear Research, or ...
 CTV News2 weeks ago 'God particle' researcher Fabiola Gianotti to lead Swiss CERN lab  Economic Times2 weeks ago 'God particle' researcher to lead Swiss CERN lab  Miami Herald2 weeks ago GOD particle MAY NOT BE GOD particle: Scientists in shock claim  The Register1 week ago

AFP - Italy-Switzerland-particle-research-CERN-science

Italy-Switzerland-particle-research-CERN-science Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Italian physicist Gianotti first woman to lead Cern ROME, Nov 04, 2014 (AFP) - Italian physicist Fabiola Gianotti was chosen on Tuesday to lead the Cern particle ...
 Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Particle collider notches up two new finds  GMA News.tv3 days ago AFP - Science-physics-particle  Namibia Press Agency3 days ago Particle physics group feature in Science Cafe show  Swansea University2 weeks ago

CERN Names First Woman to Lead Nuclear Research Center

Fabiola Gianotti became one of the world's most prominent scientists today as CERN named her the first woman to head the Geneva-based nuclear research center that discovered the Higgs boson particle. Gianotti, a 54-year-old Italian physicist who ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago
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