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of smaller than atomic dimensions

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By zooming left or right, participants can then explore both the microcosmic and macrocosmic: ranging from the smallest subatomic particles to universal galaxy super-clusters.
In quantum physics, a subatomic particle does not exist unless observed.
Although this statement seems absurd, it describes a very real behavior that subatomic particles exhibit.
The particle is believed to help quarks and other subatomic particles acquire the mass they need to make up protons and neutrons, the building blocks of atoms and everything larger.
Subatomic Studios turned to the entertainment software engineers at Autodesk (NASDAQ: ADSK) 3ds Max 3D animation software to create "Fieldrunners 2," available now for the iPhone.
British physicist Peter Higgs first hypothesized the existence of the particle in the 1960s as the final missing element in a framework called the Standard Model, which explains how subatomic particles and forces interact.
THE discovery of a new subatomic particle at CERN announced on Wednesday has brought cheer to many Indian laboratories and scientists involved with ongoing experiments at the giant circular particle smasher in Geneva.
Error cited over 'faster-than-light' claim for subatomic particles
In September, last year, floodgates of sensationalism suddenly burst open in the realm of physics when a team of scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, in Switzerland, hailed what they called a 'significant finding' - measurements of the speed of a beam of subatomic particles known as neutrinos.
Summary: A finding at one of the world's leading laboratories that a subatomic particle seemed to move faster than the speed of light has scientists around the world reconsidering previous theories.
But quantum bits of information (qubits) can convey a value of one, zero, or both at once because certain subatomic particles can exist in more than one state (known as a superposition).
With this new light source, which will become operational in 2011, Sincrotrone Trieste hopes to establish itself over the next few years as one of the major players in Europe and globally in the study of surfaces and new materials at the atomic and subatomic level.