Category Archives: Sub-Atomic Particles

‘A World A Particle’ at The Victoria Gallery & Museum Liverpool

A  new exhibition in the Tate Hall Museum charts the contribution of the University of Liverpool made to the field of Particle Physics – Past, Present and Future. The exhibition aims to ‘demystify’ particle physics for the general visitor whilst exhibiting some of the fascinating and spectacular machinery that has been used here in Liverpool, […] Continue Reading »

‘A World A Particle’ at The Victoria Gallery & Museum, University of Liverpool

A  new exhibition in the Tate Hall Museum charts the contribution of the University of Liverpool made to the field of Particle Physics – Past, Present and Future. The exhibition aims to ‘demystify’ particle physics for the general visitor whilst exhibiting some of the fascinating and spectacular machinery that has been used here in Liverpool, […] Continue Reading »

Astronomy and Space News Roundup: 14th May 2013 to 19th May 2013

A tantalising taste of Titanian topography; the Southern Hemisphere’s only dedicated professional comet-hunting telescope may be forced to shut down; and a Near Earth Asteroid provides opportunities for the press to make tenuous statements about ocean liners and the Royal Family. Date Title/Link Source Submitted by 14th May 2013 40 Years Later, Skylab Space Station […] Continue Reading »