Saturday, April 07, 2007


David Kastenbaum, a correspondent for the US National Public Radio, has informed us that there will be a couple of reports on the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN this coming Monday (Apr. 9, 2007). This is the e-mail he sent out:

Just wanted to let you know that the LHC stories will air Monday on National Public Radio. The first will air on Morning Edition, and it's basically a conversation with Alvaro De Rujula about the theoretical side of things. The second piece on All Things Considered in the afternoon goes underground.

The audio of the stories will be available online at if you can't catch them.

Not sure if it will cover the recent failure of the Fermilab-built magnetis. Still, catch it if you can, or go to the NPR website for a recording of it after it airs.


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