Scientists working with the Large Hadron Collider have discovered three subatomic particles never seen before.
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A series of precise measurements of already known, bog-standard particles and processes has threatened to shake up physics.
Why do we exist? A new experiment at Cern’s Large Hadron Collider has taken us a step closer to figuring it out.
Unlike the Higgs particle, which confirmed our understanding of physical reality, a new particle seems to threaten it.
Wits University scientists are excited about getting closer to understanding “dark matter”, the institution said on Wednesday. The High Energy Physics Group at Wits recently established the “Madala hypothesis”, in describing a new
Scientists are exploring the possibility of a new particle, the University of the Witwatersrand’s School of Physics said on Thursday. This was because of new results from the Large Hadron Collider at the European Organisation of Nuclear Research, Prof Bruce Mellado said. The
There was a bang, we think. About 14bn years ago, a tiny singularity — a point smaller than a pinhead and containing all the matter in our universe – exploded. We’re pretty sure. If we accept that the universe started with a bang – an “if” that is infinite and expanding at about 70km per second per megaparsec as you
The fierce battles between SA and Australia normally reserved for the rugby field and cricket pitch have spilled over into the realm of science. With the national teams resting, the media and politicians have been kicking insults across the Indian Ocean over the hosting of one of the world’s largest and most important scientific endeavours
In the beginning, just before the Big Bang, scientists believe the entire universe was packed into a tiny ball of mass just 10-38cm wide. To put that in context, an atom is many, many times that size. This tiny ball of mass exploded and grew over the last 13bn years