Looking for the immeasurably small | Marco Delmastro | TEDxLakeComo





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Published on Nov 23, 2012

Marco Delmastro, physicist, is working on the ATLAS experiment (http://atlas.ch) at CERN in Geneva. He is part of the team that, in July 2012, announced the discovery of something that closely resembles the Higgs boson. When not chasing new particles, he is interested in spreading science, education, relationships between the world¹s North and South and ethical consumption, computer science and new technologies. His blog ³borborygmus, a reluctant physicist" (www.borborigmi.org), wandering through fundamental research, particle physics, life abroad and other amenities.
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