In this episode, we discuss...

  • Steven's introduction to nuclear through physical chemistry

  • An explanation of CERN's mission and the Large Electron Positron Collider

  • Antimatter and the Z Boson

  • Why the effective mass of particles increase as you get closer to the speed of light

  • The misconceptions of particle collisions and an explanation of their interactions 

  • The benefits of partnering with others in the industry

  • Collecting data through Z factories and the families of particles and quark 

  • The Theory of Super-Symmetry and the Grand Unification Theory

  • Why it's better to refer to dark matter as invisible matter and its interaction with light in space

  • The ATLAS Experiment and photographing particle collisions

  • How measuring the Higgs Boson can help give us a new window into physics 

Steven Goldfarb

Atlas Experiment (Large Hadron Collider), CERN

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