By Richard Gray, Science Correspondent of The Telegraph
Large Hadron Collider: results hint at where all the antimatter has gone.
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider have seen tantalising clues that may help to explain why the universe around us is made from matter rather than its opposite form antimatter.
Researchers hunting for antimatter at CERN, the city sized science complex where the LHC is based, have found that particles of matter decay differently from their antimatter cousins.
Current theories suggest that after the Big Bang that created the universe, there were equal amounts of matter and antimatter created.