“After electricity, it is the most important thing at CERN”: How networking is driving scientific discovery

Located 175m beneath the ground near Geneva, Switzerland, The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the biggest particle collider in the world. Physicists believe that the LHC could play an important role in solving unanswered questions about the laws of physics. However, for this to occur, the practicalities of storing the volume of data required must … Continue reading “After electricity, it is the most important thing at CERN”: How networking is driving scientific discovery