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Students of 56 secondary schools discover the LHC research at the Institute of Corpuscular Physics

Students of 56 secondary schools discover the LHC research at the Institute of Corpuscular Physics
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A total of 160 students of A levels from 56 secondary schools collaborate this week in the two conferences of the masterclass in particle physics ‘Hands on Particle Physics’, an initiative that is held in 52 countries whose aim is introducing the students and teachers in the research carried out in the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) of CERN. Institute of Corpuscular Physics and the Faculty of Physics of the University of València organise this year the traditional masterclass in particle physics ‘Hands on Particle Physics’, created to introduce students of A levels in the knowledge of the Large Hadron Collider of CERN.
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