We’re sure that you, like most of the first world, were abounding with endless excitement last night as the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, Switzerland began to collide protons at energies too obscene for publication in this blog (and that’s saying something). But in the midst of all your geeky late-night pizza parties, you may have forgotten Berkeley’s own participation in the events leading up to a world record-breaking experiment.

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