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  • Cape grad helps in search for ‘God particle’

    The Cape Cod Times - 07/16/2012

    Brant Rumberger, 21, of Hyannis, has moved to Geneva, Switzerland, where he will work on a piece of the international scientific collaboration known as CERN. Rumberger, who is a undergraduate student at Northeastern University, will be working on the Compact Muon Solenoid, a detector on the Large Hadron Collider that is used to search for the “God particle,” extra dimensions and particles that make up dark matter.

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