ATLAS LEGO model media coverage

Starting last weekend my ATLAS LEGO model is out in the open … since then my visitors count on this webpage increased by 10.000! The 3D image of the model is on the front page of the ATLAS website regularly and various newspapers and blogs already wrote about it …

  • ATLAS (link)
  • CERN Courier (Volume 52, Jan/Feb 2012, p. 43 + front page)
  • CNET Crave Gadget – Rich Trenholm (link)
  • Corriere della Fanatascienza – Leo Lorusso (link)
  • CrackJack.de (link)
  • CuteDecision – “2cute” (link)
  • dailymail.co.uk – Rob Waugh (link)
  • DigitalTrends.com – Jeff Hughes (link)
  • Discovery Center – Anne Mette Frejsel (link)
  • Forbes – Alex Knapp (link)
  • French Tribune – Bruce Totolos (link)
  • Galileu (link)
  • Gandul – Ioana Nicolescu (link)
  • Geek.com – Matthew Humphries (link)
  • Geekologie.com (link)
  • Gizmodo Australia – Logan Booker (link)
  • The Guardian – LifeAndPhysics – JonButterworth (link)
  • Ingeniøren –  Torben R. Simonsen (link)
  • Laboratory News – Kerry Taylor Smith (link)
  • NyTeknik – Jan Melin (link)
  • OSEL.cz – Stanislav Mihulka (link)
  • PClabs.com.tr – Erdem Gukrer (link)
  • PCWorld – Jason Kennedy (link)
  • PhysOrg.Com – Bob Yirka (link)
  • Physics World (Volume 25, 1 January 2012, p. 3)
  • Science&Vie Junior (Volume 273, June 2012, p. 36)
  • Scoop.It – Paulo Furtado (link)
  • ShlashGear – Shane McGlaun (link)
  • Der Standard (link)
  • Spektrum der Wissenschaft – Physik WebWatch (link)
  • Supermozg.pl – Bartosz Łopiński (link)
  • SyFy Idea Lab – Tiffany Lee Brown (link)
  • SyFy Idea Lab Interview – Tiffany Lee Brown (link)
  • Symmetry Breaking – Amy Dusto (link)
  • Technology Review – Peter Glaser (link)
  • Tiede – Maria Korteila (Volume 2, 2012, p. 58)
  • TG Daily – Emma Woollacott (link)
  • Traqueur Stellaire – Guillaume Calu (link)
  • Universitetsavisen (1) – Madhura Mukhopadhyay (link)
  • Universitetsavisen (2) – Polina Chebotareva & Mike Young (link)
  • University of Melbourne – Science Matters –  Cristen Teen (link)
  • The Verge – Ross Miller (link)
  • Wired – Katie Scott (link)
  • Wired Taiwan – Min-Fang Huang (link)
  • Wired GeekDad – Roy Wood (link)
  • Wired Science – Daniela Hernandez (link)

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