Florida State physicists ‘front-row’ for massive collider experiment

A small office within Florida State University’s physics department is one of 35 sites worldwide—and one of just eight in the United States—that has been set up with video and Internet feeds that connect directly with the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s most powerful atom-smasher.

Click Here: Extended interview with Florida State physicists Todd Adams and Andrew Askew

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