6.2 physicists visit largest laboratory in the world

CERN trip 3

6.2 physicists embarked on a long weekend trip to Geneva; exploring anti-matter, accelerating particles and peering into the past. We were so thrilled to have the opportunity to visit CERN, the largest laboratory in the world, where we were met by PhD students who were keen to show us just how far curiosity can take you! We ventured 100m underground to the CMS detector on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). It’s a whopping 27km long ring, where particles whizz around, at close to the speed of light. There we stood in awe at the site where the Higgs Boson was first observed. We made visits to the Museums of the Red Cross and History of Science, and topped our exciting adventure off with lots of snow and laughter!

CERn trip 2 CERN trip

By Oscar Braun-White and Aidan Bunce- Waters, 6.2


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