ATLAS Press release

Geneva 20 November 2014. CERN launched today its Open Data Portal where data from real collision events, produced by the LHC experiments will for the first time be made openly available to all. It is expected that these data will be of high value for the research community, and also be used for education purposes.

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IFAE-UAB, dimecres 4 de juliol de 2012. El CERN anuncia el descobriment d’una nova partícula consistent amb el bosó de Higgs

En un seminari científic al CERN, el Laboratori Europeu de Física de Partícules s’han presentat avui els darrers resultats sobre la cerca de la partícula més famosa: el bosó de Higgs. Els experiments ATLAS i CMS han observat una nova partícula, amb una massa d’uns 125 GeVs, que coincideix fins on s’ha pogut analitzar amb el Higgs. L'Institut de Física d’Altes Energies (IFAE) és membre de la col·laboració ATLAS, i l’únic centre català que ha participat en aquesta investigació.

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Tsukuba, February 24, 2010. The T2K experiment, whose primary purpose is to study neutrino interactions at a large distance from their source, has detected 6 electron neutrino candidate events based on the data collected before March 11, 2011. For the first time, it was possible to observe an indication that muon neutrinos are able to transform into electron neutrinos over a distance of 295 km through the quantum mechanical phenomena of neutrino flavor oscillations.

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Geneva, 26 November 2010. After less than three weeks of heavy-ion running, the three experiments studying lead ion collisions at the LHC have already brought new insight into matter as it would have existed in the very first instants of the Universe’s life.

 

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Tsukuba, February 24, 2010. Physicists from the Japanese-led multinational T2K collaboration announced today that they had made the first detection of a neutrino which had travelled all the way under Japan from their neutrino beamline at the J-PARC facility in Tokai village (about an hour north of Tokyo by train) to the gigantic Super- Kamiokande underground detector near the west coast of Japan, 295 km (185 miles) away from Tokai.

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