Monthly Archives: October 2015

Collider Scope

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is truly awe-inspiring. Located on the outskirts of Geneva, Switzerland, it’s the world’s largest scientific instrument and most powerful probe of frontier physics. It collides protons with unprecedented energy, allowing researchers to observe particle behaviour at the smallest scale currently accessible to mankind. Beyond these sensational facts, however, the LHC […]

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A RESEARCH TUESDAYS FORUM In the World Economic Forum’s recently released 2015 global risk assessment, the threat identified as having the greatest potential impact was “water crises”. As our population grows and climate changes, the effective management of water resources will become increasingly critical; not just for the survival of communities and industries, but entire […]

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