Roughly 14 billion years ago, the Big Bang created the universe, the existence of time, solar systems like Earth’s, and, eventually, life itself.
The universe has been expanding ever since, and with it, humanity’s curiosity about why we exist and how the Big Bang happened. That thirst is driving the galaxy’s leading physicists to hole up in high-tech research facilities and smash sub-atomic particles over and over. They hope that measuring the smaller bits of matter created by the collisions – the building blocks of all matter – will give them a glimpse into new truths about the universe.
Micron Technology will play a role in this effort, lending its most advanced deep learning and memory solutions to physicists fervently chasing the next breakthrough.