Despite the enormous amount of information available about this topic, it is not easy for non-specialists to know where the data come from.
Basically, the purpose of this website is to help introduce and inform the public about the LHC experiment, and some simple physical calculations which take place in all particle accelerators. They can be used in secondary school classrooms in order to stimulate the curiosity of the students, help them understand the physical concepts of LHC, and they can also be used as an example of the relationship between the cold equations of Physics on the blackboard and the exciting scientific research.
The calculations that you will be finding in this Website are adapted from the Physics of Secondary School and in most cases they are just very simple approaches to the correct results.
It may be interesting to take a look at other websites which give simple description of Particle Physics. For example: An Introduction To Particle Physics or other links that you can find on this website.
A Glossary with an alphabetical list of particle physics terms is included in the last section of this website.