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collider

[kə′līd·ər]
(particle physics)
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In another interview with (http://collider.com/the-boys-season-2-release-date-cast-interview/) Collider earlier this year, the cast and the producers confirmed that they were already deep into filming the second season.
The Large Hadron Collider is the world's largest particle accelerator.
Over the next two years, the particle physics community will be updating the European Strategy for Particle Physics, outlining the future of the discipline beyond the horizon of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).
In an interview with (http://collider.com/aquaman-deleted-scene-james-wan/) Collider , Wan said that there was one scene in the script that was just too weird for him to make.
"We are convening climate, business, and government thought leaders at ClimateCon to share expertise and ideas that will move the needle on the development of data-driven climate solutions," said Collider Executive Director Megan Robinson.
Since the charged weak decay ([v.sup.*] [right arrow] e[W.sup.+]) is dominant in both cases, we preferred this channel for investigating the excited neutrino in future linear collider experiments.
This plain language narrative for general readers tells the story of physicists at the Collider Detector at Fermilab in the 1990s as they searched for explanations of anomalies (unexplained effects) in subatomic physics.
Authorities say the incident was one of several glitches that will delay plans to restart the collider by a few days.
While mouse controls trump a game pad for their accuracy here, it's in VR where The Collider 2 really comes into its own.
Steve Nadis and Shing-Tung Yau; FROM THE GREAT WALL TO THE GREAT COLLIDER; International Press of Boston (Nonfiction: Science) 29.50 ISBN: 9781571463104
Feldschuh, who received an undergraduate degree in physics from Harvard, created paintings inspired by the architecture of the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle collider.