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Futureproof Extra: The Large Hadron Collider & The Search for a Fifth Force

Depending on your social media proclivities you may or may not have noticed that your feed is awash with images from the JWST. Certainly science Twitter is very excited about it. And so they should be, it’s amazing to see what we can observe of the...

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11.30 28 Sep 2022


Futureproof Extra: The Large Hadron Collider & The Search for a Fifth Force



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11.30 28 Sep 2022


Depending on your social media proclivities you may or may not have noticed that your feed is awash with images from the JWST. Certainly science Twitter is very excited about it.

And so they should be, it’s amazing to see what we can observe of the very big and very far away thanks to the increased resolution of our newest space telescope.

In a similar vein the third run of the Large Hadron Collider is allowing us to peer ever further into the world of the very small.

So what might we find?

Amanda Donohue is a UCD Doctoral Student at the Large Hadron Collider in CERN

Jon Butterworth is Professor of Physics at University College London (UCL) working on the ATLAS experiment at CERN's Large Hadron Collider.


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