12
Apr
10

Anthropology at the LHC: The Large Human Collider

Here’s an interesting article about an anthropological study of the thousands of scientists that work at CERN, the international laboratory where the Large Hadron Collider is located. This article gives you a feel of the structure of CERN — a kind of commune of mass-collaboration — and how it would be to work and live there. Neat.

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