Worlds Largest Particle Physics Lab

The worlds largest particle physics lab is CERN at Geneva, Swizerland. CERN stands for European Council for Nuclear Research. It is funded by 12 europian countries and it sits in the border of France and Swizerland. CERN has multiple particle accelerators and technologies in physics research. There are thousand of scientists and experts from all around the world are collaboration here to study the nature of energy and matter. The recent addition of Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the largest acceleration ever built surpassing Fermi lab in Chicago, Illinois.

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