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He joined CERN in 1956, and continued working there until his retirement in 1990.

He married, in 1967, Catharina Koopman, with whom he had a son and a daughter.

The discovery of the W and Z particles was announced in 1983 and the success of the experiment was greeted with the award of the Nobel Prize – a huge coup for CERN and the beginning of a process which saw the centre of gravity in high-energy physics shift from North America to Europe.

However, while the Norwegian Academy of Sciences noted that the discovery had proved why the sun does not overheat, had given more proof for the “big bang” and had brought science closer to proving that all four basic forces of nature are derived from one primal force, it could identify no likely practical applications whatsoever.

Among other gadgets, he assembled a vacuum-tube radio with which his family were able to listen to broadcasts from overseas.

After the war van der Meer studied Technical Physics at the Delft University of Technology, then worked for the Dutch company Philips’s physics laboratory in the field of electron microscopy.

"With sufficient earthquake wave travel times, one can create a velocity model of the Earth.

Looking deep inside Van der Meer's team used a cutting-edge imaging technique called seismic tomography to reconstruct 250 million years of volcanic CO2 emissions.From the 1970s CERN became engaged in a race with the rival Fermilab laboratory in America to find and identify the W and Z bosons, but the CERN proton accelerator’s energy was barely sufficient for the quest.Van der Meer and Rubbia (CERN’s director at the time) developed an ingenious way to intensify the violence of the head-on collisions from whose subatomic debris they hoped to spot the elusive particles.The background to their discovery was the development by physicists of a theory known as the “standard model”.A key feature of the model is that all the forces of nature involve the exchange of subatomic particles called gauge bosons.To do so, the researchers analyzed earthquake waves traveling through Earth, to image the structure of the Earth's interior.