International Linear Collider

International Linear Collider will search for ‘unifying theory of everything’
By Arion McNicoll, for CNN
November 5, 2013

Deep in the Kitakami Mountains of Japan, a group of impassioned scientists are working on proposals for a revolutionary project: a machine that will hunt for dark matter. The aim of the International Linear Collider (ILC) is to shed light on the mystery of what makes up most of the universe. This problem has been pursued for millennia, but could this machine hold the key? Here, we take a closer look at the ILC and go on a journey through time to look at some of the inventions that led to the most significant breakthroughs in scientific history. <i>Gallery by </i><strong><i>Monique Rivalland</i></strong>

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Deep in the Kitakami Mountains of Japan, a group of impassioned scientists are working on proposals for a revolutionary project: a machine that will hunt for dark matter. The aim of the International Linear Collider (ILC) is to shed light on the mystery of what makes up most of the universe.

Learn More: http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/05/tech/innovation/international-linear-collider-higgs/

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