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February 24, 2010

US Scientists Analyze First LHC Data Through the Open Science Grid

Nicole Hemsoth

On November 30, 2009, the Large Hadron Collider became the most powerful particle accelerator in the world. Over the next month, the LHC’s four particle detectors recorded 100,000 particle collisions at record-breaking energies. Since then, scientists around the world have been continuously analyzing and re-analyzing the long-awaited collision data, and are publishing the first scientific papers.

Full story at Symmetry Magazine

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