Educational Resources

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Build a 3D printed Laserlab, with which you can experiment in the realms of Special Relativity and General Relativity as well as Quantum Physics.
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Build a fully functional model of a LINAC to demonstrate how charged particles can be accelerated in oscillating electric fields.
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Build a 3D printed quadropole ion trap and trap electrically charged macroscopic particles such as cinnamon of lycopodium spores.
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Build particle systems from quarks using this 3D printed quark puzzle.
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Build a 3D printed setup to perform scattering experiments.
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Build a model of the toroidal ATLAS magnet system using simple materials or a 3D printer.
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Analyse real proton-proton collision data from the LHC!
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Explore CERN built within the game platform Minecraft.
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Explore how air is able to help us lift heavy things by reduction friction.
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Dive into the fascinating world of bubble chambers and analyse tracks of high-energy particles in your classroom.
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Build your own cloud chamber with everyday material and make observations.
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Discover how the CMS detector is identifying particles with these fun colouring activities.
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Visualise in your browser collision data recorded by the CMS detector.
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Enjoy free-to-download colouring books by the ATLAS collaboration, and learn about particle physics and the ATLAS experiment.
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Learn about dark matter using jelly lenses.
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Help saving our virtual patient using PET (Positron-Emission-Tomography)!
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Build your own particle detector and distinguish between different particle types.
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" Create your own version of the famous ""Guess Who"" game with these fundamental particle cards. "
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Learn how a particle detector works and help physicists find Higgs bosons!
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Experiment with different types of mystery boxes to learn about different aspects of nature of science.
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Join us as 'particle detectives' to explore particles and their interactions, from molecules to CERN.
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Take the personality quiz to find out which particle fits you best.
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Explore how balls interact with a hidden structure to develop a scientific model.
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Learn about the different states of matter by experimenting with everyday material.
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