PZ used in science and education
The Particle Zoo designs were animated to illustrate the public talk by Pauline Gagnon at the planetarium at the Academy of Sciences in San Francisco for her lecture "Who Cares About Particle Physics?" See photos and video
Scientific American used my Beta-Decay in their 60-Second Science video series entitled Quantum Cuteness.
Université Paris Diderot's online course on gravity uses my Proton in their storyline for physics education.
My Proton is used as the main character in the Deutsches Museum exhibit "Wolfgang Paul: The Particle Catcher" in Bonn, Germany.
CERN Neutralino Comes Back From Trip to Outer Space. Read more about the particle that went into outer space here.
The Particle Zoo toys were used in the Science Slam tournament, Max Planck Institute, Germany. SEE GALLERY
Photo: A. Griesch/Max Planck Institute for Physics
The particles were sent to Medellin, Colombia to adorn the Fractal '11 sci-fi/tech event.
Big Proton and Big Neutron ingeniously turned into mobiles at Central Sussex College, UK.
Higgs toy makes appearance at 2010 Sakurai prize for theoretical physics.
And shows up in the slide lecture. SEE GALLERY
Several Universe-in-a-Boxes and other particles flew to Tokyo, Japan to be a part of the Sorahaku particle physics exhibit and store.
Fermilab's Symmetry Magazine publishes a story about my tour and visit there
Julie and The Particle Zoo visit Fermilab and end up in all sorts of underground places. See Flickr gallery
Julie and The Particle Zoo fly to Switzerland to visit CERN! See the Flickr gallery for photos and movies of my visit to CERN.
Proton at the Control Centre
Watch the particles in action at CERN in the Swiss video "Einstein unterwegs" which aired 26 Feb 2009. Physicist Angela Buechler goes underground at the LHCb and uses the particles to explain what is happening there. The whole video is interesting (even if you don't understand German) and the particles show up at 6:25.(scroll down)
The three neutrinos hanging out at SNOLAB in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. And very happy to be there, judging from the smiles on their faces.
"Dark Matter discovered at SNOLAB" say Samantha Kuula, Education Outreach Officer for the physics lab located 6,800 feet underground. She has discovered Dark Matter hanging out in the PICASSO experiment. A triumph for science!
James Colom and James Cram, particle physics students from Birmingham University in the UK, took the Higgs and Dark Matter around CERN on a recent visit. See gallery
The Bootham School in York, U.K. uses particles in a physics department display. Thanks for Paul Burton, Chair of Science at Bootham School.