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29 May 1995 Featured May Print

29 May 1995

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Simulation of Higgs boson production Featured May Print

Simulation of Higgs boson production

Simulated detection of Higgs boson. Computer simulation of an event in which the decay of a Higgs boson particle produces four muons. Two of these muons are seen here (green tracks). The muons, along with countless other particles (red and blue tracks), are produced in a head-on collision between two protons. The Higgs boson is a localised clustering in the Higgs Field. This field permeates space, and local distortions of the Higgs Field are thought to be the way that particles gain mass. This image shows how the Higgs boson might be seen in the CMS detector on the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, the European particle physics laboratory

© DAVID PARKER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Sagittal slice through a healthy human brain Featured May Print

Sagittal slice through a healthy human brain

Human brain. Slice through a healthy brain, sectioned sagittally in the midline from front (at left) to back. This longitudinal cut exposes major regions of the brain. At top are extensive convolutions of the cerebrum, where higher thought processes occur with voluntary body activity. The cerebellum (centre right) has fine convolutions, is part of the hindbrain, and coordinates muscle movement. The brain contains cavities (ventricles, centre left) which are normally fluid-filled. At centre is the elongated region of the brainstem, a stalk in the lower brain linked to the spinal cord and which controls basic functions like breathing. An adult human brain weighs about 1400 grams

© GEOFF TOMPKINSON/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY