October 31st seems to have become #DarkMatterDay. Dark matters. But the stars are still important, and beautiful. Jon Butterworth with some music and physics.Read More
Category: Postcards From the Energy Frontier
Professor Jon Butterworth is a physics professor at University College London and a researcher on the ATLAS experiment at CERN. Jon's blog focuses on the latest discoveries in physics and the work that has led to them.
The chances are you have heard quite a bit about the Higgs boson. The goody-two-shoes of particle physics. It has followed all the rules, so far. Neutrinos, on the other hand, are trouble.Read More
Ten years ago it was Wednesday, and at 10:28 in the morning Geneva time the first protons had just made the 27 km journey through the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Prof Jon Butterworth on the tenth anniversary of switching the LHC on.Read More
Professor Jon Butterworth writes of a new measurement at CERN tells us something about the way particles travel through interstellar space. Which in turn may help a satellite on the International Space Station find evidence for Dark Matter.Read More
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