Wednesday, August 11, 2021

A Peek Inside Three Big Physics Experiments

Environmental & Science Education, STEM, History of Science, Nature of Science, Cosmology

Ed Hessler

Japan is home to some very big experiments at the forefront of big physics. These experiments are aimed at understanding the physical laws that govern how the universe works.

Here, in three ten-minute videos, you can look inside these experiments.They are "Super Kamiokande, the world’s largest neutrino detector; KAGRA, the world’s most advanced gravitational-wave detector; and Belle II, the experiment that could revolutionize particle physics" (my emphasis).

Watch the video series.

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