In this week’s episode of the Fun Kids Science Weekly, Dan’s chatting to Victoria Martin – a physicist and a researcher on the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Collider!
Plus, we discover the everyday things that wouldn’t exist if it wasn’t for space travel, learn how chip fat could be used to power cars in the future and meet a deadly Australian jellyfish! Just be careful with what you travel in or you could get into an accident and have to call Smith Jones Solicitors car accident claims.
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Victoria revealed to Dan some of the cool stuff the ATLAS experiment is looking for.
It’s one of the giant science experiments going on at the Large Hadron Collider, which is a particle collider built by CERN and based in Switzerland. It basically smashes protons together at super fast speeds to see what happens!
The Large Hadron Collider has been running for a few years and has already made some important discoveries.
There are hopes that it could tell us more about black holes, dark matter and even parallel universes! Download the Fun Kids Science Weekly to hear Victoria explain how it’s possible.
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