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Elements - Atomic Structure Database

Build atoms by adding protons and neutrons one at a time.
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LHC Generates 'Mini Big Bang'

The Large Hadron Collider successfully recreated a mini big bang within a controlled environment.
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New Kind Of Light Created

A "super photon" is created when physicists turned photons of light into a state of matter called a Bose - Einstein condensate.
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Top Ten Unsolved Problems In Physics

The title says it all.
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Frictionless Superfluid Molecules Created

Superfluidity is a bizarre consequence of quantum mechanics.
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Superstring Theory Explained

Physist Brian Green helps to explain superstring theory
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Anitmatter Created During Thunderstorms

A space telescope accidentally spotted thunderstorms on Earth producing beams of antimatter.
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The Singularity: Humanity's Last Invention

The singularity is the moment when an artificial intelligence learns how to improve itself in an exponential " intelligence explosion". ( audio only ).
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Interactive Dive Through The Micro Universe

How big is a carbon atom compared to a coffee bean?
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Large Hadron Collider to Restart in September

Protons will be skirting around the 27-km Large Hadron Collider by the end of September, say CERN officials, with the first proton collisions expected four or five weeks later.
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