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Newswire: 26 February 2015 - Media Advisory: Press briefing on the Large Hadron Collider re-start
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, February 26, 2015
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is ready to start up for its second three-year run. The 27km LHC is the largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world operating at a temperature of -217 degrees Centigrade and powered to a current of 11,000 amps. Run 2 of the LHC follows a two-year techn...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 9 February 2015
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, February 12, 2015
New particles found at Large Hadron Collider -- Understanding the INO -- Watch physicist Brian Cox excitedly explain Higgs boson and the `unreasonable effectiveness of math'-- Planck results: First stars were born later than we thought -- Berkeley Lab Identifies Game-Changing Technologies -- Two new...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 4 February 2015
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, February 04, 2015
Synopsis: Dark matter not so dark? -- Trail of dust and gravitational waves tracked in arXiv papers -- Lessons from the beginning of time -- Symmetry, and breaking it -- Scheduled broadcast: Alan Boyle and Don Lincoln - Restarting the Large Hadron Collider -- Large Hadron Collider: Cern scientists p...
Newswire: 3 February 2015 - KEK and ICRR sign a MOU on the Hyper-Kamiokande Proto-Collaboration
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, February 03, 2015
On January 31st, 2015, the Inaugural Symposium of the Hyper-Kamiokande Proto-Collaboration and Signing Ceremony was held at Kashiwa-no-ha Conference Center. The Hyper-Kamiokande project aims to address the mysteries of the origin and evolution of the Universe''s matter and to confront theories of el...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 29 January 2015
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 29, 2015
New origin of universe model pours water on Big Bang theory -- How ''second sound'' helps the Large Hadron Collider work -- The most dangerous ideas in science -- Weird x-rays spur speculation about dark matter detection -- CERN wants artists and architects working alongside its physicists -- The fu...
Newswire: 22 January 2015 - H.E.S.S. - An exceptionally powerful trio in the Large Magellanic Cloud
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 22, 2015
Once again, the High Energy Stereoscopic System, H.E.S.S., has demonstrated its excellent capabilities. In the Large Magellanic Cloud, it discovered most luminous very high-energy gamma-ray sources: three objects of different type, namely the most powerful pulsar wind nebula, the most powerful super...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 22 January 2015
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 22, 2015
An exceptionally powerful trio in the Large Magellanic Cloud -- A cloud for European researchCrunch time for pet theory on dark matter -- Synopsis: How to spot a WIMP -- Particles accelerate without a push -- The big bang of sculpture -- Speed of light not so constant after all -- First glimpse of t...
Newswire: 21 January 2015 - INFN: A cloud for European research
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 21, 2015
The INDIGO-DataCloud project, with the objective of developing a new CLOUD software platform for the scientific community, has been approved by the European Commission within the scope of Horizon 2020. 26 institutions and major companies from 11 different European countries, coordinated at the Europ...
Interactions.org Newsdigest 14 January 2015
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 14, 2015
Groundbreaking at JUNO -- World''s most powerful camera receives funding approval -- World''s biggest magnet to power Indian neutrino hunter -- Largest digital camera ever constructed will be pointed at the skies in 2022 -- Departing leader of CERN ponders uncertainties that lie ahead -- New calcula...
Newswire: 10 January 2015 - IHEP: Groundbreaking at JUNO
Interactions.org - Particle Physics News, January 10, 2015
On January 10, the groundbreaking ceremony for the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) was held in Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province, China. More than 300 scientists and officials from China and other countries attended the ceremony and witnessed this historical moment.
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