Particle Phyics useful links, Particle webs resources

  • Particle Data Group, where you find all the particle physics properties
  • Inspire, the archive where you find all particle physics articles and reviews.
  • CERN (Switzerland), where the Large Hadron Collider collides proton proton beams at several TeV
  • Fermilab (USA), home of the Tevatron proton antiproton collider and several particle physics experiments.
  • BNL (USA), home of the RHIC Heavy Ion Experiments Tevatron proton antiproton collider and several particle physics experiments.
  • KEKB (Japan), An Asymmetric Electron-Positron Collider and the BELLE and BELLEII experiments.
  • IHEP (China), home of the electron-positron collider BEPC and the BESIII experiment.
  • FAIR (Germany), Facility for Antiproton and Ion Research
  • Discovering the Quantum Universe, the role of particle colliders.
  • Quantum Diaries, Thoughts on work and life from young particle physicists (graduate students, postdocs, researchers) from around the world.
  • Matthew Strassler's Blog, Conversations about Particle Physics.
  • Quarknet, A collection of interesting particle physics web sites.
  • DESY's KworkQuark, Particle Physics Resource in German.
  • Interactions, Particle Physics News and Resources.
  • Symmetry, Particle Physics Magazine published by Fermilab and SLAC.
  • The Particle Physics Adventure, Particle Physics for general public.
  • Quarked!, Adventures in the subatomic universe for kids.