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On Wednesday, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) will send its first beam of protons streaming around its 17-miles underground tunnel. It is the latest in a series of tests in preparation for collisions that could open a world of new physics to researchers.
The first trial of the Large Hadron Collider on Wednesday signals a shift to Europe of high-energy physics.
Ultralow energy buildings, which require almost no energy for heating or cooling.
Bookmobile teaches people ways to digitally tap into the next phase of book lending.
By synchronizing radio telescopes, scientists move one step closer to proving their existence.
National Popular Vote initiative would change how states cast Electoral College votes.
How a new technology called plasma gasification, touted as an environmentally friendly alternative to landfills, works: