In spring 2008 the start button for the biggest scientific experiment in the history of mankind will be pressed. The World’s most powerful particle smasher, aka The Large Hadron Collider (LHC), will recreate the conditions in our Universe less than one billionth of a second after it began.
On Monday February 11th, Durham City MP Roberta Blackman-Woods visited the IPPP. She is a member of Parliamentry Universities Innovation and Skills select committee looking
On Thursday 24th January, the 'CERN art @ the Ogden' exhibition opened to the public. In September 2007, the IPPP hosted a three day trip to CERN for seven A level art and physics students from Heworth Grange School Gateshead, six artists from EDAN and four postgraduate students from the IPPP
Four new graduands were admitted to the ranks of PhD's at the Winter Congregation on Friday 11th January swelling the number to 25 since our formation in 2000. Dr Gareth Brown (Finite Scattering Amplitudes in Field Theory), Dr Gareth Jones (Meson Distribution Amplitudes: Applications to Weak Rad