This summer, physicists at the CERN's Antiproton Decelerator facility are engaged in their own
real-life thriller: Two teams of researchers are racing each other to be the
first to trap atoms of antihydrogen in a magnetic cage.
The first scenes in "Angels and Demons" - the book Brown wrote before "The Da
Vinci Code" - focus on crimes of catastrophic proportions at CERN.
Unfortunately for the question of the evening, "what is antimatter?" there were no answers in that article.