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96%VideoMay 2012

The Higgs Boson explained

(7.44) Great description of the work going on at CERN in the hunt for the Higgs Boson.


94%VideoDec 2011

What is the Higgs Boson?

(12:45) Recent results from the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) show tantalising hints that the Higgs Boson does indeed exist. Until that is confirmed, physicists are not absolutely sure their best understanding of the basic building blocks of everything, as described by a theory called "The Standard Model", is correct.

94%AnimationSep 2012

We found the Higgs, what now?

(8:12) Physicists Daniel Whiteson and Jonathan Feng on life after the Higgs Boson.

94%AnimationApr 2018

LHC, dark matter and extra dimensions

(2:10) After confirming the existence of the Higgs boson, the LHC (Large Hadron Collider) is hunting for dark matter and extra dimensions. Stephen Fry explains.

92%VideoSep 2008

Les Horribles Cernettes - You Only Love Your Collider

Amateur pop promo made by people working at CERN in the 90's. Images of the girls were the first photos to ever appear on the web, posted by Tim Berners-Lee


92%VideoJul 2012

Time lapse of ATLAS mural at CERN

(2:47) Where art and science collide. Time lapse of the painting the mural by Josef Kristofoletti on the side of the ATLAS control room directly above the detector at CERN, the European Organisation for Nuclear Research.

91%VideoSep 2008

Big Bang v2.0

Dr Brian Cox takes us on a tour of the Large Hadron Collider at CERN in Geneva and explains what results they hope will emerge from the most exciting scientific experiment of our time


90%VideoSep 2008

LHC deep underground - The hottest place in the universe

In pursuit of the origin of the universe


90%VideoAug 2012

Hard science at the LHC

(3:08) While discussing the Large Hadron Collider, Richard Dawkins tells of the misprint that almost made it into print.

89%VideoDec 2010

Brian Cox explains why Large Hadron Collider is important

(16:26) TED Talks from 2008. Rock star physicist Dr Brian Cox talks about his work on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, discussing the biggest of big science in an engaging and accessible way.