If you’re a post doc looking to get undergrads interested in the Large Hadron Collider what do you do? Build an awesome 1:50 scale replica of the Collider’s Atlas Detector, naturally.
Sasha Mehlhase invested 81 hours of labor into designing and constructing the 1:50 scale model of the CERN’s Large Hadron Collider Atlas Detector. The project involved a special order of LEGO bricks that set him back 2,000 Euros and had a final count of 9,500 individual bricks.
While that’s a staggering bill for a LEGO project, we’d be excited to see more in-depth builds like this. What scientific monument should we encourage Sasha to build next? Hit up the link below for an interview and more pictures.