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News 2009

LHC ready to hunt for Higgs

21 December 2009

LHC ready to hunt for Higgs”It has gone quickly creating collisions in the large particle accelerator, LHC at CERN, and the results are simply fantastic”, says a very happy physicist at the Niels Bohr Institute, Troels Petersen, though he is somewhat...

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LHC breaks world record

10 December 2009

LHC breaks world recordThe Large Hadron Collider, LHC at CERN has now had proton-collisions at 2.36 TeV. That means that CERN has reclaimed the position as ‘the most powerful accelerator in the world’. The Tevatron at Fermilab in the US has only...

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Blast of collisions at CERN

25 November 2009

Blast of collisions at CERN It succeeded – finally. After 25 years of planning, development and colossal construction the dream has come true – the first collisions took place in the Large Hadron Collider, LHC at CERN in Switzerland...

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Superstring theory useful for experimental physics

30 October 2009

Superstring theory useful for experimental physicsSuperstring theory aims to explain the laws of physics from extremely small strings in various states. Theoretical superstring theory is therefore normally not considered to be particularly relevant for practical particle...

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Article on 'primordial fluid' has 500 citations in record time

16 March 2009

Read the article: Article on 'primordial fluid' has 500 citations in record timeThe article entitled“Quark Gluon Plasma and Color Glass Condensate at RHIC? The Perspective from the BRAHMS Experiment”  which appeared in 2005 in Nuclear Physics A has accumulated 500 citations...

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