An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
China science

China plans ‘paradise for physicists’ with particle colliders that will test the strongest forces in the universe

  • Guangdong becomes focus as China races the US to build bigger particle accelerators
  • Scientist says the competition between the two countries will ultimately be for the good of the human race

Topic |   China science
An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
An artist’s impression of the proposed electron-ion collider facility in Huizhou. Photo: Institute of Modern Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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