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The Centre for High Energy Physics, commonly referred to as CHEP, is a federally funded national research institute and a national laboratory site managed by the University of Punjab for the Ministry of Energy (MoE) of the Federal government of Pakistan. CHEP is dedicated towards the scientific advancement and understanding of High energy physics (or particle physics)— a branch of fundamental physics that is concerned with unraveling the ultimate constituents of matter and with elucidating the forces between them.

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  • The Centre for High Energy Physics, commonly referred to as CHEP, is a federally funded national research institute and a national laboratory site managed by the University of Punjab for the Ministry of Energy (MoE) of the Federal government of Pakistan. CHEP is dedicated towards the scientific advancement and understanding of High energy physics (or particle physics)— a branch of fundamental physics that is concerned with unraveling the ultimate constituents of matter and with elucidating the forces between them.
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