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I thought I might take some time to describe what an experimental particle physicist actually does on a day-to-day basis.
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Theoretical physicist David Kaplan discusses his new documentary “Particle Fever,” which followed scientists around the world for seven years as they hunted for the Higgs boson.
CERN laboratory, home of the Large Hadron Collider, will celebrate 60 years of pioneering scientific research and exciting discoveries this year. Two Italian physicists, Maria and Giuseppe Fidecaro, can tell you about nearly every one of those years.
Who really cares about particles anyway? Why are particle physicists so interested in them?
Particle physics has revolutionized the way we look at the universe. Along the way, it’s made significant impacts on other fields of science, improved daily life for people around the world and trained a new generation of scientists and computing professionals.