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Jonathan Butterworth on CERN

Large Hadron Collider


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The Large Hadron Collider may be at CERN in Geneva, but it's a truly international project. Jonathan Butterworth, Professor of Physics at UCL, is a leading member of the British team working at CERN on the hunt for the Higgs boson. He talks to the Wellcome Trust's Dan Glaser about the unique pleasures and frustrations of working on the most powerful physics experiment ever conceived.

During the talk, Dr Butterworth showed a circuit board built for the LHC at UCL. Pictures of the Dr Butterworth and the board are below.

Jonathan Butterworth with LHC circuitboard 

Jonathan Butterworth with LHC circuitboard



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