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First results from LEP2

10 Jul 1996, 08:00 UTC
First results from LEP2

CERN1's Large Electron-Positron collider, LEP, produced its first pair of fundamental particles known as W+ and W- today, taking particle physics research into new and unexplored territory. This follows a busy winter of upgrades which have transformed LEP into a new accelerator, earning it the name LEP2.
10 Jul 1996

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