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The European Organisation for Nuclear Research, the world's biggest particle physics lab, turns 60.
What did the world's media leave out in reporting this scientific breakthrough?
As the elusive particle is found after decades of research we ask if it is real and what does its discovery mean.
Scientists discovered a particle that may have important ramifications for our understanding of how the universe works.
Large Hadron Collider, engaged in quest for "God particle", has turned up a heavier variant of a sub-atomic particle.
Finding by CERN team, if confirmed, could overturn Einstein's theory of relativity and fundamental rules of physics.
Physicists at CERN crash protons together, slow down antimatter, and look for the elusive "God particle".
Scientists in Switzerland taste success in bid to mimic conditions that created universe.
Sub-atomic particle collider aims to resolve questions about creation of the universe.
World's largest particle collider to be out of action for two months.
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