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Large Hadron Collider back in Action!

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  Dr Pedro Teixeira-Dias, leader of the ATLAS group at RHUL said “This is all very exciting. This week's successes at the LHC mark the start of a journey into new physics territory and is expected to lead to some major new scientific discoveries.”
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ATLAS is an international collaboration of approximately 170 groups from Universities and research laboratories from all over the world. The RHUL Centre for Particle Physics is one of the founding groups of the ATLAS experiment, and currently has a group of about 20 physicists (PhD students, Postdocs, Academic staff) and one Electronics Engineer participating in the experiment.
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ATLAS is an international collaboration of approximately 170 groups from Universities and research laboratories from all over the world. The RHUL Centre for Particle Physics is one of the founding groups of the ATLAS experiment, and currently has a group of about 20 physicists (Trash.PhD students, Postdocs, Academic staff) and one Electronics Engineer participating in the experiment.
  Physicists in the RHUL ATLAS group will be analysing the collisions collected by ATLAS with a view to search for the existence of the Higgs particle and the Graviton (the quantum of the gravitational force) and study in detail the properties of the top-quark (the heaviest fundamental particle known to date, which will be copiously produced in LHC collisions).
 
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