Institutions and sites with elementary particle experiments. Frequently centered around a large particle accelerator.
Brookhaven National Laboratory
European Laboratory for Particle Physics. Includes an introduction of the laboratory, information on experiments being conducted, publication archives, photos and press releases.
Pages for each year starting with 1994.
The CESR e+e- storage ring, CLEO experiment, superconducting RF group and particle theory group at LNS, Cornell University.
Research includes particle accelerators, ion sources and their applications. Also produce accelerated stable and radioactive ion beams. Features staff and facilities, projects, and running experiments.
Basic research in high-energy and particle physics as well as in the production and application of synchrotron radiation.
Prof. André Rubbia's group is undertaking fundamental research into elementary particle and astroparticle physics.
A proton-antiproton collider in Batavia, Illinois.
Large underground laboratory for particle physics and nuclear astrophysics.
A Grid for UK Particle Physics - a collaboration of Particle Physicists and Computing Scientists from the UK and CERN. News, projects, people, mailing lists, meetings, documents, links.
Heavy ion research center in Darmstadt, Germany.
Italian National Institute for Research in Nuclear and Subnuclear Physics.
Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility, in Virginia.
Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Dubna, Russia.
High Energy Accelerator Research Organization, Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
LNL in Italy.
The National Institute for Nuclear Physics and High Energy Physics in Amsterdam.
Accelerators and labs, listed by location and particle type.
Features experiments, collaborations and facilities, recent results and publications, conferences, workshops and meetings .
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center.
Canada's National Laboratory for Particle and Nuclear Physics Owned and operated as a joint venture by a consortium of Canadian universities via a contribution through the National Research Council Canada.
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