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Diamond for LHC Detector Tested in Tomsk
The scientists of the TPU are yet to find out what changes occur inside diamond detectors during the collider work, in order to make them more stable in high capacity conditions.
Russian Physicists Won Competition for Super Collider Project
The new supercollider in the European Nuclear Research Center (CERN) will be based on the project by Russian scientists. Its creation was discussed by 68 institutes from dozens of countries over two last years.
Siberian Scientists Made Radiation Sensors for Large Hadron Collider
According to developers, the devices endure radiation exposure 100 times stronger than their analogs and can operate for up to 10 years long.
LHC: No Black Holes Detected
Physicists, Russian scientists among them, who work on Large Hadron Colliders CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) detector, claim that their search for tiny black holes, which, according to some existing theories, could have appeared in proton collisions in this accelerator, was ineffective no traces of such black holes have been detected.
LHC: Possible Evidence of Higgs Boson Registered
Physicists, operating Large Hadron Collider's CMS detecting facility, recently registered production of two Z-bosons, which can be an evidence of a "heavy" variety of Higgs boson. CMS is a Compact Muon Solenoid facility, a general-purpose detector, designed for studying different aspects of proton collisions at 14 teraelectronvolt, the center-of-mass energy of the LHC particle accelerator.
Surprises from Large Hadron Collider
Physicists, who work on the LHC, recently came across a new phenomenon, which was never predicted by any of existing theories. In a few words, protons collide and generate hundreds of particles. And among these particles, scientists detected pairs, movements of which were coupled for some unknown reason.
Large Hadron Collider to Be Modernized
Russian scientists from the Institute of Nuclear Physics, located in the city of Novosibirsk, build a new facility, which will enhance LHCs performance 100 times.


Petersburg Scientists Engineered Equipment Parts for Modernization of LHC
Experts of the St. Petersburg State University have created new ultralight designs for installing the detectors of the Large Hadron Collider.
Russian Scientist Heads One of CERN Groups
Igor Altsybeyev from the Saint Petersburg University has been appointed the coordinator of a new science team at the Center for European Nuclear Research.
Siberian Scientists Engineered Unique Wiggler for Large Hadron Collider
Experts of the Novosibirsk Nuclear Physics Institute have created a LHC superconducting wiggler for their colleagues in the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and CERN.
Higgs Boson: Caught or Not?
CERN scientists have received experimental evidence of possible existence of Higgs boson, the particle responsible for mass of all existing matter, according to physics.

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