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introduce the ATLAS detector in your classroom by building a functional 3D-printed model of its toroidal magnet.
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Learn about the Quark-Gluon Plasma that the ALICE experiment is looking at with this fun cartoon!
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Learn about different aspects of the ATLAS detector, from its various detector components to the search for the Higgs boson.
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Introduce dark matter in your classroom with this fun new approach using jelly lenses.
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Learn about the history and future of CERN.
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Get some quick facts about CERN.
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With this fun comic book, learn about how the CMS detector was made, its main parts, and what scientists hope to find using this complex tool.
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Follow a proton at CERN on its adventure from the hydrogen bottle to the LHC!
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Learning unit to introduce 12 year-olds to the subatomic structure of matter.
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Bring nature of science in your classroom by discussing the discovery of the Higgs boson and experimenting with mystery boxes.
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Learn about the High-Luminosity LHC with this CERN brochure.
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Introduce the subatomic structure of matter to young students.
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Introduce the LHC in your classroom with the help of this paper, which links principal components of the LHC to topics in physics curricula.
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Teach radioactivity to your classroom by using probability theory.
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Discuss in your classroom one of the most famous formulas in physics, the standard model Langrangian.
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Learn about the LHC, its detectors, and the physics behind it.
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Learn about the Higgs boson and the Brout-Englert-Higgs mechanism, with this brochure from the ATLAS experiment.
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Explore the nature of science by building LEGO mystery boxes and challenging your students to solve the puzzle.
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Identify tracks of subatomic particles from their ‘signatures’ in bubble chamber photos together with your students.
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