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Blogging the Big Bang

Flying penguins vs plastic balls at the ExCel Centre. Justin Evans, a researcher at UCL, tells the tale… At The Guardian.

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When A times B isn’t B times A

Paul Dirac: The Matrix has you. At The Guardian.

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Today’s mystery physics for you to identify

Posted on The Guardian 19/1/2011.

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Health and Safety in Particle Physics II

After Lily’s post on poor risk assessment in particle physics, I thought I should bring to your attention the risk of putting your hand in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – as discussed by Ed Copeland and his colleagues at … Continue reading

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Wellcome to Physics

A couple of days ago I took part in a “packed lunch” discussion at the Wellcome Exhibition, about CERN, the LHC, and my work at UCL. A┬álot of fun. I turned up with a piece of the LHC we built … Continue reading

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