Feature Physics,Particle Physics, Higgs boson Last Words Last Words Tevatron’s data may have more to say, even after the atom smasher shuts down By Devin Powell 9:05am, September 9, 2011 Facebook Twitter Google The most powerful atom smasher in the United States will soon smash no more. This article is available only to subscribing members. Join the Society today or Log in. Get Science News headlines by e-mail. Submit More Particle Physics articles Sort by Published atMost Viewed Magnets with a single pole are still giving physicists the slip Excess antielectrons aren’t from nearby dead stars, study says Ultrahigh energy cosmic rays come from outside the Milky Way The sun’s strongest flare in 11 years might help explain a solar paradox Dark matter still remains elusive The results from a slew of experiments are in: Dark matter remains elusive Normally aloof particles of light seen ricocheting off each other Neutrino experiment may hint at why matter rules the universe Neutrinos seen scattering off an atom’s nucleus for the first time Newfound particle relies on its charm(s) Antiproton count hints at dark matter annihilation Collider data hint at unexpected new subatomic particles There’s still a lot we don’t know about the proton New particle probably can’t explain nuclear reactor neutrino mystery Large Hadron Collider experiment nabs five new particles View all Search Results for "Particle Physics" From the Nature Index Paid Content View the discussion thread.