Inside a Collider

Large Hadron Collider

Delve into the workings of Europe’s Large Hadron Collider, its CSI on an atomic scale. How do we search for the tiniest building blocks of matter? It's one of the biggest machines on the planet and it's searching for the smallest elements. (Not suitable for children under 8 yrs)

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  • How do we search for the tiniest building blocks of matter?
  • One of the biggest machines on the planet searching for the smallest elements. How does it all work?

 

  • How do we search for the tiniest building blocks of matter?
  • One of the biggest machines on the planet searching for the smallest elements. How does it all work?

 

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One of the biggest machines on the planet searching for the smallest elements.

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