The Lepton Photon Conference, the biggest global event in the world of Particle Physics takes off next week, from the 22nd of August. In the conference till the 27th of August, the main focus of the talks and discussions will be the search for the Higgs boson. There is some exciting news preceding the event, too! Stay with us for coverage on this event.

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The greatest experiment of all times – the LHC collisions at CERN – just got bigger. Now, you can get involved directly, just by sitting at home and allowing CERN to use your computer’s processor for their simulations. Here’s how you can join in this voluntary service to science.

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The US have introduced drastic fund cuts, due to its long war on terror. This adversely affects the science community and with funds drying up in every science sector, it’s a grim picture for science, the US and the future. Have the terrorists won, after all?

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The recent results, from the LHC runs in 2010 and 2011 have excluded huge probable mass ranges for the Higgs boson. This is both exciting and disappointing.

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The ALICE collaboration strengthened their Indian connection by setting up a full-fledged center in India at VECC, India

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Fermilab has confirmed that the earlier detection, supposedly of a new particle, has neither been corroborated by their other detector, nor has it survived critical data analysis. The new particle claim has been rejected.

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The results of the LHC run in the last two weeks of 2010 have been released by CERN and it has exciting news about Quark Gluon Plasma.

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The LHC has set a new record for the number of bunches in a beam and the luminosity. This is nowhere near the theoretical maximum, but is a significant step nonetheless.

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CERN has announced that the ‘riddle of the Higgs boson’ might be solved within the end of next year. Either it will be detected or its existence ruled out.

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A report has been released from ATLAS, CERN, which, after extensive analysis, has put to rest all rumors about any detection of the Higgs Boson – the God Particle, which is supposed to endow all particles in the Universe with mass.

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Tevatron

This is big, really big! This may be the biggest news to hit the particle physics world in the the last 50 years. Scientists, analyzing the data collected at the Tevatron, Fermilab, have detected an anomaly that could well spell a new dawn in theoretical physics and change the Standard Model as we know it now. The observation was a bump in the data, but in the ‘wrong’ place.

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