IPPOG Resource Database

From wonders to excitement

A collection of high quality engaging materials e.g. videos, posters, talks, hands-on activities and more to help you share the wonders and excitement of particle physics with teachers, students and the general public. At the bottom of this page you’ll find also the collection of webpages of IPPOG members containing resources in their national languages.

Please, note, that the DATABASE is UNDER DEVELOPMENT and the resources are not yet uploaded to this website. Only few resources are available here for the illustration of the functionality.

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Upper secondary school level

05 August, 2022

Exhibit Neutrino Pendulum

This is the worldwide first model of coupled pendula, which demonstrates the complete...

05 August, 2022


The Quarked! project was conceived by Professor Alice Bean and a diverse team of...

05 August, 2022

PhD TV: Dark Matters

Through hand drawn illustrations, this video creatively explains the basics on what we...

05 August, 2022

Smashing Science

n 2009 twelve high school students won the Intel International Science and Engineering...

04 August, 2022

The Higgs Boson

A0 Poster targeted to general public, explaining the Brout-Englert-Higgs mechanism, the...

04 August, 2022

3D-Printable Mystery Boxes

"Mystery boxes are a great tool to practice sci­­­entific reasoning skills and introduce...

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05 August, 2022

Colliding Particles - Hunting the Higgs (video series)

Colliding Particles is a series of films following just one of the teams of physicists...


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There are many people engaged with IPPOG, who made a contribution to the Resource Database websites, in form of curation and development. We would like to express our gratitude to these.