The multi-billion-dollar instrument could get back to hunting for elusive antimatter and dark matter by midweek.
The LHC is the world's most advanced particle accelerator, which began work in September 2008.
ITER is the biggest nuclear fusion experiment and the largest scientific project to be undertaken in history.
While in India, the CERN exhibit will be bilingual — in English and Hindi — for the benefit of the general public.
The LHCb experiment has observed an anomaly in particles made of charm quarks for the first time.
The researchers are looking to record their first data when the LHC starts up again in 2021.
The FCC has a massive 100km circular tunnel around Geneva & the surrounding countryside.
CERN scientists have laid out a $40 billion vision to build a reactor 4 times larger than the LHC.
The operation of the particle accelerator will now resume in 2021 after some upgrades and renovations.
The two-day event was attended by around 1,000 participants from 20 schools and one university
The Higgs particle's elusive decay to quarks has now been documented by the particle accelerator
The exponential growth of internet users, and services online has given opportunities to everyone.
A major upgrade began Friday for the world's most powerful proton smasher to increase the number of particle collisions inside the Large Hadron Collider
The Science Technology and Innovation policy of 2013 envisages positioning India among the top five global scientific powers by 2020.
Milky Way contains a "trap" that concentrates some of the highest-energy cosmic rays which are among the fastest particles in the galaxy.
The existence of doubly charmed baryons, or baryons with two heavy quarks had been suspected for many years, but not directly observed.
India had 'observer' status till September this year, when the CERN Council adopted a resolution upgrading its position
The agreement will come into force once India officially notifies CERN of its approval. Pakistan, Turkey and Ukraine are the Associate Member States.
There is a fine line between the Internet and World Wide Web. Today, in 1991, the World Wide Web was born! And to understand it more closely, we need to take a closer look at the origin of a project at the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN).