30
JUN
2021

First demonstration of the use of crab cavities on hadron beams

Particle colliders are important engines of discovery, and collisions between both protons and leptons have shone a light on the fundamental structure of our universe for decades. These colliders operate by the acceleration, subsequent manipulation and finally collision of charged par
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28
MAR
2019

How fundamental science is changing our world

Fundamental science benefits society in many ways, from generating knowledge about how our universe works, to enabling unexpected and often transformative applications. Particle accelerators have been at the centre of many of the most advanced research infrastructures for decades. The
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28
NOV
2018

Liverpool to host international symposium on Future Circular Collider technologies

Liverpool Convention Centre, 22 March 2019 Being the largest machine in the World, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has been an unparalleled source of technological development and innovation as well as a major contributor to our understanding of the fundamental building blocks of the
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