- From Nature News31 December 2010New year, new scienceThat damned elusive Higgs. Although it is unlikely that the Higgs boson will be spotted this year by the Large Hadron Collider near Geneva, Switzerland, there’s a good chance the collider will turn up something, such as evidence for supersymmetry…
- From physorg.com24 December 2010Super-B accelerator funded by Italian governmentLast week the LHC passed the threshold of 3 pb-1 total integrated luminosity delivered to the experiments, of which about half was delivered in just one week.
- From Daily Mail23 December 2010Incredible IceCube observatory built 8,000ft BENEATH the Antarctic ice designed to catch mysterious particles from spaceDeep beneath the ice of Antarctica, the world’s strangest observatory has finally reached completion.
- From Physics Today30 December 2010No microscopic black holes yetFrom among 1013 proton-proton collisions at 7 GeV in its first year of operation, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN has as yet yielded no evidence of black hole production.
- From Science17 December 2010NSF Won’t Build Underground Lab; Scientists Hope That DOE WillPlans to convert an abandoned gold mine in South Dakota into the world’s largest underground lab may have to be scaled back and could fall apart entirely after the National Science Foundation’s (NSF’s) oversight board rejected the current proposal.
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