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High-energy physics

The loss of one of CERN's most powerful tools could change the dynamics of employment for high-energy physicists in Europe, says Alexander Hellemans.

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  1. Alexander Hellemans is a science writer in Naples.

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Hellemans, A. High-energy physics. Nature 411, 4–5 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/35108042

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