CERN is returning to Lahore for Lahore Science Mela 2023! See more about this here.

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The LHC  Interactive Tunnel

Both, the LHC Interactive Tunnel (LIT) and the upgraded LIT-DISCO await you on 28 and 29 October 2023 at Crescent Model Higher Secondary School (Boys Campus), Shadman Lahore!

In the Lahore Science Mela 2022, CERN’s Media Lab returned to the Lahore Science Mela and helped the Khwarizimi Science Society exhibit the new and improved Large Hadron Collider (LHC) Interactive Tunnel. The tunnel is an exhibit based on the world’s largest physics experiment and lets people play football with sub-atomic particles, like electrons and protons, in real time. The high quality visuals and sounds offer great entertainment while the educational value of the tunnel is no less. During the game play, the exhibit educates the players and the audience about the building blocks of the universe, the Standard Model, the Higgs boson and the ultimate nature of physical reality.

Photos Gallery of the  LHC Tunnel at Lahore Science Melas (2019 to 2022):

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Talk: United We Understand


At LSM 22, Joao Pequeno (Head of Media Lab, CERN) presented a session on the role of diversity and international cooperation in science, and how scientists at CERN (European Council for Nuclear Research) work together to understand the subatomic world. He also explained how the Higgs detector work, shed light on some of the most exciting upcoming projects of CERN, and shared about the many Pakistanis doing wonders at CERN!

CERN, located along the Franco–Swiss border, CERN (European Council for Nuclear Research) houses the world’s largest scientific instruments to study the basic building blocks of the universe.