uRegina hosts Canadian physicists involved in $9.5 billion bang

August 15, 2007

Canada’s top physics researchers came together in Regina yesterday to prepare for an international “Big Bang” project, which plans to “rewrite the physics books”  by recreating the environment immediately after the Big Bang. The project will cost $9.5 billion and will involve 35 countries, 164 institutions and 2,000 scientists over 15 years.  Representatives from 9 Canadian universities were hosted by uRegina for the event.  The Regina Leader-Post