Updates tagged "LHC"

The tour continues for the Large Hadron Collider

23 May 2014 — Today the Collider exhibition, which began life at London’s Science Museum, launches in Manchester, UK, ahead of an international tour

LHC consolidations: 27,000 shunts now in place

5 May 2014 — Some 27,000 electrical shunts have been added to connections between magnets on the LHC

Tracking particles faster at the LHC

22 Apr 2014 — A new trigger system will expand what ATLAS scientists can look for during high-energy collisions at the Large Hadron Collider

Microelectronics at CERN: from infancy to maturity

4 Mar 2014 — The start of the LAA project in 1986 propelled electronics at CERN into the era of microelectronics

In pictures: Access to the last LHC splice

11 Feb 2014 — A team composed of CERN staff, industrial support and mechanics from Pakistan have given access to the last LHC splice for inspection

Highlights from CERN in 2013

19 Dec 2013 — Higgs boson decays, a Nobel prize for Higgs and Englert and a huge Open Days event were among the big stories at CERN this year

X-ray tests: Night at the collider

25 Nov 2013 — When night falls over CERN, a team of X-ray experts go underground to perform tests on the Large Hadron Collider

The Large Hadron Collider on tour

12 Nov 2013 — Collider, a new exhibition about the LHC, opens in London this week. It will stay for 6 months before a planned international tour

Explore CERN with Google Street View

26 Sep 2013 — CERN and Google have joined forces to create panoramic virtual tours of the CERN site

Standard Model held strong at EPS conference

25 Jul 2013 — Results presented by LHC experiments give further credence to strength of Standard Model

20-year journey of discovery for LHC experiments

27 Jun 2013 — Conception of the LHC experiments took many years, this year three of them celebrate their 20th anniversaries

Timelapse: Giant magnet flies through ALICE cavern

7 Jun 2013 — Watch a quadrupole magnet being lowered into the ALICE cavern for transportation to its required spot on the LHC

Lab-made liquid may cause strange particle behaviour

8 May 2013 — A new result from the CMS collaboration takes a step toward revealing the origin of the mysterious "ridge effect"

The Large Hadron Collider goes to London

25 Apr 2013 — The Science Museum in London is launching a new exhibition featuring digital detector caverns and magnets from the LHC

The LHC at level best

9 Apr 2013 — CERN surveyors have taken new measurements of the height of the LHC magnets in the tunnel, to see how geological shifts may be affecting the machine

Get connected: Consolidating LHC splices

19 Mar 2013 — Watch Jean-Phillipe Tock of the Technology department explain how CERN technicians are upgrading interconnections on the Large Hadron Collider

ATLAS releases animated particle plots

12 Mar 2013 — The ATLAS collaboration has just released four animations showing how signals of new particles can emerge from LHC collision data

LHC access required: Time estimate ~ 2 years

18 Feb 2013 — On Saturday at 8.25am the crew in the CERN Control Centre extracted the beams from the LHC, ending the machine’s first three-year running period

First three-year LHC running period reaches a conclusion

14 Feb 2013 — At 7.24am, the shift crew in the CERN Control Centre extracted the beams from the Large Hadron Collider, ending the machine’s first three-year run

Heavy metal: Refilling the lead source for the LHC

4 Feb 2013 — Every two weeks, ion-source physicist Detlef Küchler refills the lead source for the LHC with pure lead 208


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