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India to become Associate Member of CERN
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India to become member of lab that discovered 'God Particle'

Kolkata: India is set to become an associate member of CERN -- the world's biggest laboratory of particle physics -- in the next few months, a Department of Science and Technology (DST) official said on Tuesday . "India's application for associate ... News24online, 3 weeks ago
India to become Associate Member of CERN Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago

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Modelling particulate erosion, improving material performance

Research & Innovation News 17/10/16 By modelling particulate erosion, Dr Louise Crocker of the National Physical Laboratory hopes to improve design and understanding of materials… The efficiency of high temperature energy generation plant and ...
 AG Adjacent Government4 days ago

Satanic ritual at CERN, sacrifice to Shiva God of Destruction

Officials from CERN, an organization hosting the largest particles physics laboratory in the world, are looking for those involved in a rather disturbing video aiming to show a fake ritual human sacrifice on campus. The footage shot at night in ...
 Before It's News2 months ago Romania's flag raised at CERN, President Iohannis attends ceremony  Romania Business Insider1 month ago Watch: CERN Scientists Stage Fake Human Sacrifice!  Before It's News2 months ago Someone filmed a fake human sacrifice at CERN laboratory  The Verge2 months ago
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Big PanDA tackles big data for physics and other future extreme scale scientific applications

A billion times per second, particles zooming through the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, smash into one another at nearly the speed of light, emitting subatomic debris that could help unravel the ...
 PhysOrg.com2 months ago

News Mystery deportation of particle physicist leads to swell of protest 2 Comments

Mousse/ Adlène Hicheur at his trial in France in 2012. The physicist moved to Brazil a year later, but has now been deported to France, to the dismay of his colleagues. At around lunchtime on 15July, police removed ...
 Nature1 month ago

ISPOR Announces Plenary Sessions and Speakers for 19th Annual European Congress

Hanna Schamis was inspired to pursue a graduate degree in plasma physics by her summer internship at the U.S. Department of Energy's Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL). In her graduate work at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, ...
 Infrosoft1 month ago

7 things you didn't know about CERN and the strange world of particle physics

Four years after the discovery of the Higgs Boson particle, the world's biggest science experiment is still seeking to unlock the mysteries of our universe. On the outskirts of Geneva, CERN (the European Organization for Nuclear Research) ...
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Greek teachers learn ABCs of particle physics at CERN

GENEVA - The three words Vague but exciting graced the back of a T-shirt worn by Mick Storr, one of the most senior physicists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known as CERN. Those were the words which Tim Berners-Lee's ...
 EKathimerini.com3 weeks ago

Flash Physics: Giant glowing 'space blobs', SCOAP3 extended for three years, European Spallation Source gains momentum

Key prototype for European Spallation Source completed A key piece of prototype equipment the first "beam-transport modules" for the €1.84bn has been completed this week. Built by engineers at Daresbury Laboratory in the UK, the unit is the ...
 Physicsworld.com4 weeks ago

Flash Physics: Rosetta's fiery final mission, where to look for axions, no magnetic monopoles at the LHC

ESA marks the spot for Rosetta's final, fiery descent Marking the end of their , the European Space Agency has revealed that its Rosetta orbiter will make a controlled crash into the Ma'at region of Comet 67P/ChuryumovGerasimenko on 30 September.
 Physicsworld.com1 month ago
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