Don’t Blink: Physicists Break Data Network Speed Record at 186Gbps

Researchers attending the Super Computing 2011 conference, held in Seattle Convention Center, transferred data in opposite directions to eventually reach a combined rate of 186Gbps over a Wide Area Network.

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The Higgs Boson has been glimpsed, but nothing confirmatory has been said about its existence. Extremely promising result at 126 GeV seen.

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Rumours are circulating of a potential Higgs observation at a high 3.5 sigma confidence level at LHC, CERN. More concrete news should come in a few days. All eyes on the December 13th conference.

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The very latest of the data collected by the LHC super collider may reveal the ultimate fate of the Higgs. The joint results come out this Tuesday! Hold your breath.

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UFOs are interfering with research at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider.

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The Higgs search is nearing an end and the wonderful news is that the mass ranges have been squeezed real tight now. It’s now or never and the news is going to come in a few days!

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This is a layman’s guide to understanding what to make of the LHCb result that came out today. Why is the CP violation result so very exciting? Read on for a simplified version of the physics involved.

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The LHC might finally have found some new physics – from the charm quark sector. There is an observation of a significant amount of CP violation in this charm quark sector for the first time ever!

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Van Elburg predicts an effect of 64 ns delay, exactly cancelling the observed advanced arrival of the neutrino beam at Gran Sasso. Has the Faster-Than-Light Neutrino puzzle been solved?

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The Oxford University has come up with an app that will allow you to simulate the collisions happening at the LHC on your Android phone. Yeah. Really!

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CERN celebrates its 57th birthday today. Wishing the premier research institute a very happy birthday. The past days have been glorious, the future will be magnificent. Thank you, CERN, and best wishes.

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Once, the world’s most powerful accelerator, Tevatron is now overshadowed by the super-powerful LHC. However, it has been the mainstay for the physics community for 25 years. An emotional tribute.

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Fermilab’s own experiment MINOS had shown the same effect as OPERA shows i.e. they had detected faster-than-light neutrinos. The data was however discarded. Now they’ll take another look at it, to see if they can verify OPERA’s claim.

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With all the buzz about the faster-than-light neutrinos detection news from CERN, we take a closer look at the facts. What is really going on? Are the CERN results trustworthy? And what about physics, if this turns out to be true?

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CERN claims to have detected particles faster than the speed of light, Neutrinos have been detected breaching the ultimate speed barrier. Is this really true? The implications for physics might be huge.

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