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Two proton beams collided at a record-high energy level within the world's largest atom smasher in an experiment aimed at understanding the origins of the universe.
The world's largest atom smasher set a record for high-energy collisions on Tuesday by crashing proton beams into each other at three times more force than ever before.
Dr David Evans is leading the Birmingham University operation to process the CERN data Inside the 17-mile long CERN atom smasher in which scientists are hoping to recreate the conditions of the Big Bang
lt;p>The world's largest atom smasher, created and operated by the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), early today set a record and became the world's most powerful matter-rending machine.
A FRENCH physicist arrested last week while working at the world's largest atom smasher has acknowledged to investigators that he corresponded over the internet with a contact in North Africa's al-Qaida branch.
The Department of Energy is investing 400 million USD into the massive atom smasher at Jefferson Lab and Fort Eustis is expanding to handle duties transferred there in the latest round of base realignments and closures.
Manhattan (Crudup), fell into an atom smasher (or something) in the 1950s.
THE LARGE HADRON COLLIDER, the atom smasher sitting beneath Geneva, Switzerland, is the largest and most expensive scientific instrument ever built.
GLAD to see the two Yanks who thought Dr Lyn Evans was going to blow up the universe with his atom smasher have been laughed out of court.
THE Aberdare-born scientist heading Europe's atom smasher project has spoken of his pleasure at the collapse of a "doomsday" lawsuit against him.
That's Jim Brau, a UO physics professor and co-leader of the International Collider Project, a worldwide effort to build the most sophisticated atom smasher ever, one that will allow scientists to peer so far back into the genesis of the universe it's become known as "Einstein's Telescope.
With the help of his friend Ernest Lawrence of the University of California, who had already won a Nobel Prize for inventing the atom smasher, Loomis assembled a team of the nation's most gifted young physicists.
But last January, Russian scientists made history: They created the newest element, or smallest unit of matter, in a lab atom smasher.
Other rides at the Backlot include the ACME Atom Smasher, a sort of high-speed merry-go-round that appears ready to melt down, and the Gordon Gearworks ride, which runs like a huge centrifuge and resembles a Rust Belt relic.
Themed to the legend of BATMAN, the backlot set features dramatic architecture and sculptures, the famous batmobile, ACME Atom Smasher, Gordon Gearworks and several food and shopping locations.