A Carleton University student will have the opportunity to work as part of the world’s largest science experiment, thanks to a grant handed down at Carleton University yesterday.

Milo Vujicic is one of 10 Carleton students to receive the Michael Smith Foreign Study Supplement, which funds short-term research studies outside Canada.

“Thanks to this grant, I am getting to work on the biggest science project of all time,” said Vujicic, who will leave for Geneva to be a part of the Large Hadron Collider team in early May.

The bursaries, valued up to $6,000, help offset the cost of undertaking research outside of Canada.