## How scientists deliver particles to particle physics experiments

**Fermilab’s Accelerator Complex**

Via **Symmetry Magazine**: Complex complexes

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**Fermilab’s Accelerator Complex**

Via **Symmetry Magazine**: Complex complexes

See what happens at **CERN** during the *Year-End Technical Stop* (YETS – PDF), from 4 December 2017 until today when **accelerator hibernation ends**. Tomorrow hardware commissioning begins which will culminate in the restart of the **LHC** in early April (PDF).

This is probably the cutest video I watched in weeks. You won’t get the answer to the question, but will get a nice explanation of why **String Theory** is useful in the way to decipher the deepest secrets of nature.

**Please, don’t try this at home.**

Seen at *Physics Stack Exchange*, in a comment to the top answer to the question, *Why can I touch aluminum foil in the oven and not get burned?*

These guys are **Zhong Zhong** and **Hua Hua**, the first monkey clones created by **somatic cell nuclear transfer** (same as *Dolly the sheep*), schematically this:

Paper at **Cell**: *Cloning of Macaque Monkeys by Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer* (PDF)

Also see this lovely video:

Photo by Maximilien Brice, CERN.

Source: **The biggest little detectors** (Fermilab News)

Learn the basics of the *Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment* (**DUNE**) in this 4-minute animation:

Cool, mesmerizing fluid dynamics.

Caption: When two fluids move past each other at different speeds, complex instabilities arise. Mathematicians want to prove that the **Navier-Stokes equations** can predict what will happen in every possible case.

Via Quanta Magazine: *Mathematicians Find Wrinkle in Famed Fluid Equations*

More details about the animation (including the code), in the high-res video from the author: