particle accelerator

Honey, I Shrunk The Particle Accelerator

By sending a beam of particles through plasma, researchers were able to accelerate those particles efficiently without large equipment like the Large Hadron Collider.

Japan’s Particle Accelerator Achieves First Turns

Scientists at the SuperKEKB accelerator have succeeded at circulating beams of positrons and electrons in opposite directions to study particle collisions.

Solving The Mystery Of The Disappearing Anti-Matter

The STAR Collaboration has made the world's first measurements of interactions between fundamental particles known as antiprotons.