World-changing CERN experiments highlight humanity's intrinsic curiosity

Dan Worth

Potential long-term benefits of experiments justify time and expense of projects

I love writing about CERN, the European physics centre. Every time I do it feels like writing about something world-changing, something pushing the very limits of our technological capabilities, something...

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