CERN, one of the most famous research organizations, said that it had examined 3 new "exotic particles" in the 3rd run of collision.

CERN

According to Geneva-based CERN, the observation of 3 new "exotic particles" could give hints about the forces that bind subatomic particles together.

Observations of a new species of pentaquark and the 1st tetraquark duo provide a new direction for assessing the "strong force" holding the atom nuclei together.

CERN is a European research institute that runs the world's largest research institute for particle physics. It is also called European Organization for Nuclear Research.

About CERN

Before 20 years, in 1983, it discovered the W and Z particles. In 1984, due to the invention of these particles, the laboratory earned its 1st Nobel Prize.

CERN was founded on September 29, 1954. It is built in Geneva on the Franco-Swiss border.

Establishment of CERN

CERNAchievements

1) 2011: Maintaining antihydrogen for more than fifteen minute 2) 2010: Isolation of antihydrogen’s 38 atoms.

3) 2000: Heavy Ion Programme found a new state of matter, the Quark-Gluon Plasma. 4) 1999: Discovered direct CP violation in NA48 tests. 5) 1973: Discovered neutral currents in the Gargamelle bubble chamber

6) 1995: Formation of antihydrogen atoms in the PS210 test. 7) 1983: Discovered W and Z particles in the UA2 and UA1 researche