Scientists working on the Big Bang project probing the secrets of the cosmos said on Wednesday their giant particle collider is on course to make unexpected discoveries about the origins and makeup of the universe.
Scientists have developed the fastest-ever integrated circuit to transmit data in the demanding environment of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) or the Big Bang machine, the world`s largest physics experiment.
A senior scientist who helped to build the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is claiming that the cause of the shutdown of the giant particle accelerator in 2008 was not a freak accident, but a crucial flaw in the machine`s design.
The results from the highest-energy particle experiments carried out in December at the LHC, popularly known as the “Big Bang Machine”, have been published, which indicates that it created more particles than theory predicted.
The LHC, popularly known as the “Big Bang Machine”, has taken its first step toward finding the “God Particle”, as the first scientific results from the recently restarted particle accelerator have been announced.
The Large Hadron Collider, or the ‘Big Bang Machine’, as it is popularly called, is fizzling out, as many of the magnets meant to whiz subatomic particles around the machine have lost their ability to operate at high energies.