The Large Hadron Collider at CERN, nagged by overruns and delays, may solve a few mysteries – and pose many more – when it restarts on Feb. 15 and ramps up to unprecedented levels of speed.
Scientists at CERN have tested the LHC's mettle by circulating a low-energy beam of protons
Adlène Hicheur worked in a large group that has run experiments at CERN's Large Hadron Collider. Now, he is accused of collaborating with an Al Qaeda spinoff group in North Africa.
Worldwide computer grids mean even small-timers can contribute to ‘big science.’
The first trial of the Large Hadron Collider on Wednesday signals a shift to Europe of high-energy physics.
Scientists look for technologies to push particles faster, better, and cheaper.
The gamma ray telescope, slated to launch soon, could yield insights into such mysteries as dark matter.