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This lesson plan is part of the Anti-Matter Teaching Module (see related documents).  
Duration of lesson:  approximately 30 minutes.  ( duration may vary depending on how it is used)
 
 
Care has been taken to ensure that the mathematical knowledge required for...

This lesson plan is part of the Anti-Matter Teaching Module (see related documents).  
Duration of lesson:  approximately 30 minutes.  ( duration may vary depending on how it is used)
 
 
Care has been taken to ensure that the mathematical knowledge required for students...

 
This lesson plan is part of the Anti-Matter Teaching Module (see related documents).  
Duration of lesson:  approximately 30 minutes.  ( duration may vary depending on how it is used)
Care has been taken to ensure that the mathematical knowledge required for students to...

This lesson plan is part of the Anti-Matter Teaching Module (see related documents).  
Duration of lesson:  approximately 30 minutes.  ( duration may vary depending on how it is used)
 
 
Care has been taken to ensure that the mathematical knowledge required for students...

This is the first in a projected series of teaching resources from CERN whose overall aim is to stimulate interest in science by introducing themes in modern physics at earlier stages than is the practice in most national curricula. They are aimed at students aged 14-15 years (corresponding to...

This 'background material' is part of the CERN Anti-Matter Teaching Module (see related documents). 
This material gives the students an understanding of how physicists can use units of energy for expressing the mass of particles. See related documents and corresponding weblink for further...

A 55 page color-A4 booklet.This brochure illustrates the incredible journey of a proton as he winds his way through the CERN accelerator chain and ends up inside the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The LHC is CERN's flagship particle accelerator which can collide protons together at close to the...

This 4 page color brochure describes ATLAS and the LHC, the ATLAS inner detector, calorimeters, muon spectrometer, magnet system, a short definition of the terms "particles," "dark matter," "mass," "antimatter." It also explains the ATLAS collaboration and provides the ATLAS website address with...

A 1 page/double sided A4 brochure. This brochure introduces the LHCf detector on the LHC at CERN. Topics covered include a brief introduction to LHCf on the LHC, the fundamental questions it seeks to answer, detector parts and their purpose and basics on the collaboration.
Brochures may be...

This 2 paged/double sided A4 color brochure provides a brief overview on the range of activities CERN is involved in to minimize the environmental impact of the Lab's research. Subjects include highlights of CERN's environmental policy, practical manifestations of the policy (minimizing noise,...

A 2 page/double sided A4 brochure. This brochure introduces the ALICE detector on the LHC at CERN. Topics covered include a brief introduction to ALICE on the LHC, the fundamental questions it seeks to answer, detector parts and their purpose and basics on the collaboration.
Brochures may...

A collection of facts and figures about the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in the form of questions and answers. 60 pages. Color.
Hard copies can be ordered from the CERN Press Office. Please allow 6 weeks deliver from date of order.
 
 
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A 2 page/double sided A4 brochure. This brochure introduces the ATLAS detector on the LHC at CERN. Topics covered include a brief introduction to ATLAS on the LHC, the fundamental questions it seeks to answer, detector parts and their purpose and basics on the collaboration.
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A 2 page/double sided A4 brochure. This brochure introduces the CMS detector on the LHC at CERN. Topics covered include a brief introduction to CMS on the LHC, the fundamental questions it seeks to answer, detector parts and their purpose and basics on the collaboration.
Printed copies may...

A two-page A4/double sided color brochure presenting the largest and the most powerful particle accelerator in the world, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), which started up in 2008. Its role, characteristics, technologies, etc. are explained for the general public.
Hard copies can be...

A 2 page/double sided A4 brochure. This brochure introduces CERN and explains very briefly what scientists and researchers are doing there. Topics covered include definitions of basic particles and forces, a timeline of CERN milestones, particle accelerators, LHC and what it is designed to study...

 

Facts about CERN, the contributions of its Member States, its machines and experiments, the number of its employees and users, management structure.
Hard copies can be ordered from CERN Press Office. Please allow 6 weeks for delivery from date of order.
 
For all...

This short video animation gives an overview of the LHCb detector and explains what it is searching to find. Subjects covered include LHCb's location underground in France, the detector's weight and dimentions, the basic design of LHCb, what it is designed to detect, number of scientists in the...

A simulated event. September 10, 2008 - The ATLAS detector lit up as a flood of particles traversed the detector when the beam was occasionally directed at a target near ATLAS. This allowed ATLAS physicists to study how well the various components of the detector were functioning in preparation...

This is a segment of the movie 'Episode II, The Particles Strike Back', illustrating how the ATLAS detector detects different types of particles.
Running Time 1min 47 sec
For video files, see here:  http://cdsweb.cern.ch/record/1096390...

This animation shows a fall to Earth, aerial view of Switzerland, the LHC ring, CERN, diving underground to the ATLAS pit, and finally a layered view of the detector.
Running time 46 seconds
 
See video and all files here on the ATLAS website:  ...

A simulated collision event viewed along the beampipe.
The event is one in which a microscopic-blackhole was produced and decayed immediately. The black area in the center with many particle tracks represents the inner detector (pixel detector, semiconductor tracker, and transition...

A simulated collision event viewed along the beampipe.
The event is one in which a microscopic-blackhole was produced and decayed immediately. The black area in the center with many particle tracks represents the inner detector (pixel detector, semiconductor tracker, and transition...

This animation was created of an actual ATLAS collision event on 5 April, 2010. This animation shows from the particle view the race through the LHC, ending in the detector where the particle collision occurs. First candidate for an event with a W boson decaying to electron + neutrino seen in 7...

This animation was created of an actual ATLAS collision event in 2010. This animation shows from the particle view the race through the LHC, ending in the detector where the particle collision occurs. Candidate for an event with a Z boson decaying to two muons.
Running Time 55 sec

This animation was created of an actual ATLAS collision event on 30 March, 2010 at 7 TeV. This animation shows from the particle view the race through the LHC, ending in the detector where the particle collision occurs.
Running Time 46 sec

This animation was created of an actual ATLAS collision event in 2010. This animation shows from the particle view the race through the LHC, ending in the detector where the event occurs. This is the first candidate for an event with a Z boson decaying to an electron and an anti-electron.
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Dimensions: 617mm x 871mm. This poster gives a brief explanation of the ATLAS experiment followed by short definitions of Anti-matter, mass and dark matter. Poster may be purchased directly from the ATLAS secretariat, Building 40 at CERN. Price 5 Swiss Francs
 
To order the printed...

9 pages: 2-sided color print A4 size pages containing the facts on the Detector, Calorimeters, Muon System, Inner Detector, Pixel Detector, Semiconductor Tracker, Transition Radiation Tracker,, Surface hall, Cavern, Detector, Magnet system, Solenoid, Toroid, Event rates, Physics processes,...

1 Page: 2-sided color print A4 size sheet containing the facts on the ATLAS Detector, its name, what it is designed to do, detector parts and their functions, and other miscellaneous facts on the ATLAS experiment.

The UK says Go LHC GO! Science and Technology
Produced by: Mannmade Productions
Director: Chris Mann
12:50 min. / 23 September 2008 / Mannmade Productions Copyright
http://www.mannmade.co.uk/
See video files here: ...

This short video explains what CERN is, the people who works there and what they are studying. It also includes information on technologies that CERN has helped to develop (e.g. www).
Production Date: 1 September 2006
Producer: CERN Multimedia Productions
Copyright: CERN

This paper addresses the following frequently asked questions:
-- What is a CMS Centre and how is it used ?
-- What hardware is needed ?
-- What software is needed ?
-- How much does it cost ?
-- How can I get more information ?

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