No single person can take credit for inventing the Large Hadron Collider; 8000 different scientists contributed to its design and construction. The idea for it began in the early 1980’s, and a symposium organized in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1984 marked the earliest point in time where groups of scientists studied the project’s feasibility. This particle collider was eventually constructed under the auspices of CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research, along with funding from various countries around the world.
The Large Hadron Collider wasn’t invented by a single person, but was a joint effort, built by the European Organization for Nuclear Research, also known as CERN. Almost 8,000 individual scientists are part of CERN, from 20 different European member states.
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