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CERN Courier magazine: March 2014 digital edition

Cern Courier

Welcome to the digital edition of the March 2014 issue of CERN Courier

In 1986, the start of the LAA project to study new experimental techniques for the next step in hadron-collider physics allowed CERN to join the era of microelectronics – essential for experiments at the LHC, where the conditions are challenging in many respects. The ALICE experiment is tackling puzzles surrounding quark–gluon plasma and under what conditions it is actually formed at the LHC. Elsewhere, antimatter provokes other questions, such as how does it behave with respect to gravity? Studies of this kind at the low-energy, high-precision frontier can cast light on physics that lies beyond the reach of the LHC.

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